Mimicking Organic Tissues With 3D Printing

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For the first time, scientists have printed structures that mimic the texture, consistency and certain properties of biological tissue. The manmade "tissues" are nothing more than water droplets encased in oil, stacked atop one another, but the scientists were able to construct stable structures that held their form for weeks, structures that conducted electricity and even structures that folded similarly to how muscle cells do.

Do You Like Spiders? Do You Like Robots?

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Boy Has the World's First 3D Printed Vertebrae Implant.

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The Future Destroys the Future!

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The Possibilities of 3D Printing

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3D Printed Heart Saves a 4 Year Old Girl

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3D Printing and the Northern Walking Stick

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