Swedish scientists successfully implant 3D printed human cartilage cells in baby mice original 01720096 201702000 00013 ff3 In what could potentially serve as a important moment in the quest to 3D print body parts, a team of scientists from Sweden’s Sahlgrenska Academy and Chalmers University of Technology have managed to successfully implant human cartilage cells in six-week-old baby mice. The researchers created a gel composed of human cartilage cells, printed it through a Cellink 3D bioprinter and… Read More

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