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Live Cells Used In 3D-Printed Implants To Reconstruct Bones And Faces, Johannes Gutenberg University Reveals


4/7/2014 7:42:53 AM

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Researchers are developing ways to repair skull fractures – or reconstruct faces damaged in accidents - by using live cells in 3D-printed implants. 3D printing promises to change the way we think about production. Instead of factories making millions of shoes in a dozen sizes and shipping them around the world, local stores could make bespoke shoes just by scanning your feet.

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