Thanks to a tiny exoskeleton that was made possible by 3D printing, a toddler with a rare congenital disorder has been given the gift of movement.
So, here’s a latest case of an 83-year-old British woman recently underwent the first-ever custom transplant of a lower jaw made by a 3D printer. Revolutionary?
Here’s a brilliant video by Dr. Lawrence Bonassar from Cornell University, demonstrating how he created cartilage using a 3D Printer and “ink” composed of living cells.
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Here is a groundbreaking biomedical talk on Printing a Human Kidney at TED Conference by Dr. Anthony Atala. He demonstrates a nascent tissue engineering experiment that has the ability to solve the organ-donor problem..