3D printing rapidly developing in life sciences

The “3D Printing for Life Sciences 2018” symposium topics: bioprinting, the medical devices industry and medical 3D printing.  Sebastien Meunier
Printing skin, muscle tissue or bone matter is already a reality, but you can’t yet print an organ, even though things are heading in that direction. Basel Area Innovation Report
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