3-D printed skin a future possibility
Three-dimensional printing has definitely come some way since it was first introduced, but how about using a 3-D printer for biomedical purposes instead of just churning out action figures and toys for your nephews and nieces so that you need not go to the store to purchase one for them and get all bruised up at the checkout counter as you jostle with the mad holiday crowd? Well, it seems that researchers over at the University of Liverpool in the U.K. are working on delivering individualized, natural-looking 3-D printed skin.
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