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    Cambridge Mummy Restored with LEGO
    Hot Bionicle NewsPosted on Monday, April 8th, 2013 at 7:32pm by Micah, BZPower Reporter

    LEGO is the ideal toy for many engineering students and has been used in some incredibly unique projects, but this one just might top the list: As part if his final project at Cambridge University, David Knowles volunteered to help conservators at Fitzwilliam Museum. So when a mummy was brought in with a collapsed chest and smashed face, he quickly devised some clever adjustable technic platforms to keep the display structurally sound during the restoration process. The innovation of LEGO fans truly knows no bounds. You can read the full story here.

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