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University of Minnesota Researchers Develop a Better 3D-Printed Organ Model

3D-printed organ models have shown a lot of promise in medicine by providing doctors with a tangible representation of an organ being studied. While these models are great at mimicking the size and external appearance of their biological counterparts, otherwise they are typically not very useful. Researchers at the University of Minnesota have now developed […]
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