Fourth Industrial Revolution

3D printing method turns goo into a hand in minutes

A 3D printer in operation Image: REUTERS/Yuya Shino

Cory Nealon

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The method is a step toward creating 3D printed human organs and tissue. Image: University at Buffalo
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