3D-Printing Needle Creates Intricate Objects In Soft Gels




A new way to support 3D-printed structures as they are being made is helping to create delicate biological structures and eventually organs.
Read more: newscientist.com & University of Florida
The Future of Medicine
Regenerative Medicine
Bioprinting
3D Printing
3D-Printing Needle Creates Intricate Objects In Soft Gels, Future of Medicine, Bioprinting, 3D-print human organs, Regenerative Medicine


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