3D Bioprinters Could Make Enhanced, Electricity-Generating ‘Superorgans’



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The University of Iowa Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department is working on organ printing, where they use a 3D printer to print living structures with bio-ink. The goal is to eventually print a working organ that can be transplanted into a human. This project is supported in part by the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Iowa…
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