3D Printing

This Swedish startup is 3D printing human organs

The M1 3D printer prints a sophisticated geometric structure, developed by Silicon Valley startup Carbon, at Carbon headquarters in Redwood City, California, U.S., September 9, 2016. Picture taken September 9, 2016.  REUTERS/Ben Gruber - TM3EC9F13OC01

The Swedish company has found a way to make skin, ears, liver cells, and can even replicate fully functional cancer tumors. Image: REUTERS/Ben Gruber

Alberto Iglesias Fraga
Correspondent , Business Insider Espana
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 Printing a defective aortic arch using Cellink's unique bioink, for research purposes.
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 Bioprints of defective tissues such as this paediatric aortic arch may help scientists improve how they prevent or treat various conditions.
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 Bioprinting a vascular branch.
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