3-D printing creates super soft structures that replicate brain and lungs

Researchers at Imperial Collage London have developed a 3D printing method for creating replica biological structures that mimic the mechanical properties of organs such as the brains and lungs Structures produced using the technique – which is claimed to be a world-first – could be used to produce scaffolds for tissue regeneration and even to […] The post UK team 3D prints replica biological structures appeared first on The Engineer.

3-D printing creates super soft structures that replicate brain and lungs

A new 3D printing technique allows researchers to replicate biological structures, which could be used for tissue regeneration and replica organs.

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UK team 3D prints replica biological structures

Researchers at Imperial Collage London have developed a 3D printing method for creating replica biological structures that mimic the mechanical properties of organs such as the brains and lungs ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from The Engineer

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