The Army’s Bioprinted Skin Is Almost Ready To Be Used On Soldiers



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The US Army is hoping to soon begin clinical trials with 3D-printed skin. The goal is helping soldiers better recover from injuries sustained in battle—and the Army also actively developing artificial 3D printed hearts, blood vessels, and other organs…
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