Manufacturing

This biotech company claims to have 3D printed a mini human heart 

It sports four major internal chambers and other structures, like valves, that are usually found inside the human heart. Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen - RC13FA2CB9D0

Victor Tangermann

Writer and Photo Editor, Futurism

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