3D Bioprinter Produces Bone, Muscle, and Cartilage

A new method of 3D printing can produce human-sized bone, muscle, and cartilage templates that survive when implanted into animals, researchers report.

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New 3D Printed Ovaries Allow Infertile Mice to Give Birth

Scientists at Northwestern University 3D printed a functional ovary out of Jello-like material and living cells. When implanted into mice that had their ovaries removed, the moms regained their monthly cycle and gave birth to healthy pups.

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Printing Skin Cells on Burn Wounds

The video on this site – with a mock hand and burn – demonstrates the process…

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