The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has found a way to bring distance learners into the lab - through 3D printing. Next year, the school will be offering a course called "Archaeological Laboratory Methods: Analysis and Interpretation," in which students will study and identify archaeological specimens. That's a challenge for remote students, many of whom can't travel to campus to participate in the essential lab portion of the course. But thanks to the university's Print Services business unit, Ellipsis Media, which will be 3D scanning and printing the specimens and sending them to remote students, distance learners will be able to fully participate. Read more at