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Microsoft supports Asia's renewable energy industry
Microsoft supports Asia’s renewable energy industry
As Sri Lanka's population ages, the insurance market booms
As Sri Lanka’s population ages, the insurance market booms
Africa's aviation sector opens up
Africa’s aviation sector opens up
Amazon enters the healthcare sector
Amazon enters the healthcare sector
India among the world’s top compact SUV markets
India among the world’s top compact SUV markets
Egyptian-Israeli gas deal to boost bilateral trade
Egyptian-Israeli gas deal to boost bilateral trade

Fabric cutting technology to help nab criminals

Researchers at the University of Santa Cruz do Sul in Brazil and University of Technology Sydney have developed a stabbing machine to help forensic scientists study cuts in fabrics.

Criminologists are often unable to recreate how stab wounds happened, since each cut will be unique. This new machine provides consistency while cutting through fabrics, thus making the analysis of textile damage a science.

Can fabric cutting technology help solve crimes?


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