UNSW scientists create 3D-printed bones with live cells

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A team of scientists from the University of New South Wales has devised a way to 3D print bone-like structures complete with living cells, thus heralding a potential application of additive manufacturing in bone tissue repair. In a study entitled ‘Synthetic Bone-Like Structures Through Omnidirectional Ceramic Bioprinting in Cell Suspensions’ published in Advanced Functional Materials,…

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