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New 3D Printing Method to Create Complex, Multi-Cellular Tissues

Researchers from University of Oxford have been working to overcome some of the major challenges of 3D printing living tissues and have just published a report of how they were able to create complex, multi-cellular structures that stay viable and are able to structurally support themselves. This high density bioprinting process is also cheap, reliable, and […]
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