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3D-Printed Cartilage Could Restore Ears, Shoulders, Knees and Nose

from CNET

The field of bioprinting – fabricating biological material with 3-D printing – is increasingly looking like an excellent option for restoring damaged cartilage. Last year, the Department of Health Sciences and Technology at ETH Zurich developed a method of 3-D printing cartilage from biopolymers and cartilage cells. Now a team, led by Paul Gatenholm at the Wallenberg Wood Science Center in Sweden, has developed a similar method and demonstrated its viability as a medical treatment by testing it on mice. more

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