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Nov

News: Tiny 3-D-Printed Organs Aim for "Body on a Chip"

Tiny lab-grown organs connected by an artificial blood system on a two-inch chip could greatly improve drug testing By Jeremy Hsu, LiveScie...

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25

Nov

Review Article: Rapid manufacturing techniques for the tissu…

Three-dimensional (3D) printing technologies have reached a level of quality that justifies considering rapid manufacturing for medical applications. Herein, we...

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24

Nov

Review Article: Bioprinting for cancer research

Bioprinting offers the ability to create highly complex 3D architectures with living cells. This cutting-edge technique has significantly gained popularity and ...

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20

Nov

The printed organs coming to a body near you

From kidneys to hands, 3D printers are churning out made-to-order bones and rudimentary organs. Heidi Ledford The advent of three-dimensional (3D) printing ...

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18

Nov

Russian scientists have figured out how to 3D print working …

By Rick Stella — November 16, 2015 The budding industry of 3D bioprinting took a massive leap forward last week after a Russian bi...

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18

Nov

3D Printed Knee Cartilage: Improvement on Meniscectomy Surge…

BY BRIDGET BUTLER MILLSAPS · OCTOBER 19, 2015 A technology that was once not accessible to the public, 3D printing is now highly visible. You’ll...

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18

Nov

Researchers Hack Off-the-shelf 3D Printer Towards Rebuilding…

By Carnegie Mellon Univeristy As of this month, over 4,000 Americans are on the waiting list to receive a heart transplant. With failing hearts, these patients...

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09

Nov

News: US opportunity drives 3D printer market growth, says I

Press release, October 11; Alex Wolfgram, DIGITIMES [Monday 12 October 2015] The US 3D print market remains white hot, fueled by the explosion of 3D pri...

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09

Nov

Review article: 3D bioprinting of tissues and organs

Additive manufacturing, otherwise known as three-dimensional (3D) printing, is driving major innovations in many areas, such as engineering, manufacturing, art,...

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06

Nov

Research article: A 3D bioprinted complex structure for engi…

Three-dimensional integrated organ printing (IOP) technology seeks to fabricate tissue constructs that can mimic the structural and functional properties of nat...

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