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US researchers 3D print viable human tissue

US researchers 3D print viable human tissue

Researchers in the US have demonstrated a new biomanufacturing process that is claimed to represent a major advance in the use of 3D printing for the repair and even replacement of human organs.  . Researchers around the world are exploring the potential of 3D...
A SWIFTer way to build organs

A SWIFTer way to build organs

Densely cellular tissue constructs are stained in green marking living cells and red marking dead. The image on the left is without embedded vascular channels and one on the right is with the channels.  . Wyss Institute at Harvard University Twenty people die every...