New tech allows much faster 3D-printing of human tissue with capillaries

Prellis Biologics has brought the science fiction dream of printing human organs for transplant a step forward by developing a fast, high-resolution 3D printing technique that can produce living tissue that includes viable blood-carrying capillaries. The new technique allows the cells to receive enough oxygen and nutrients to survive while building up complex structures…
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