Fast Company

This Low-Cost 3-D Printer Can Produce Human Organs and Bones

Nov 16, 2016 6:38:56 AM

 At a lab in Philadelphia’s Drexel University, a desktop 3-D printer is cranking out miniature samples of bones. In Toronto, another researcher is using the same printer to make living tumors for drug testing. It looks like an ordinary 3-D printer, but instead of plastic, it squirts out living cells.

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