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Engineering’s Jim McGuffin-Cawley discusses 3D-printed objects that respond to magnets

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NBC: Jim McGuffin-Cawley, interim dean of the Case School of Engineering and the Arthur S. Holden Professor of Engineering, commented on 3D-printed objects, created by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers, that move in reaction to magnets.