A team at MIT has genetically modified bacteria cells and developed a new 3D printing technique to create a "living tattoo" that can respond to a variety of stimuli...
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Researchers in Houston have developed a cost effective method for printing living cells, claiming almost a 100 percent survival rate. The method, which has similarities with the ancient art of Chinese wood block printing, allow cell...
Researchers currently use inkjet printers to create living tissue, but that kills a lot of cells. A new technique allows nearly 100 percent of the cells to survive, instead of 50 to 80 percent.
Researchers at MIT have developed a living bioink for 3D printing that consists of genetically-modified bacteria and a synthetic hydrogel. The material can be printed in a variety of shapes, including as patches or “tattoos” for the...
A team of MIT scientists has created a pair of mechanisms designed to provide a fail-safe for genetically modified bacteria, with the aim of stopping them from escaping and proliferating outside their intended environment. The measu...