We can almost print new organs using 3-D stem cells
File this under unexpectedly cool: organs you don't harvest, but instead print using an honest-to-goodness printer, just as you might words on paper, except in this case, the "words" are actual stem cells that could save someone's life. Let's talk about 3-D printers for a moment: high-tech contraptions that let you craft 3-D objects with a computer aided design program, then render them in the real world as instantly usable objects with, say, a little powder and some binding material.
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