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Cryogenics and 3D-printing techniques could allow the replication of human tissues

A team of researchers from Imperial College London have developed a new technique which could allow the replication of human brain and lung tissue and regenerate damaged parts.
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In a recent article1 published in Scientific Reports, Zhengchu Tan and a team of researchers present a cryogenic 3D printing method capable of producing stable 3D structures by using the liquid to solid phase change of a composite hydrogel ink that has been ra...

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