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3D Printed Adult Human Hearts Source: Carnegie Mellon University's Add caption Big Bioprinting Step Forward to Make that Happen Engineers and scientists at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh have just invented a new bioprinting technique using hydrogel that brings the world steps closer to printing fully functional human hearts. For a great news blog on this, go to Important Innovations Collection: 3D Printing Human Hearts : Breakthrough Bioprinting Method Source: Carnegie Mellon University Big Step Toward Printing Functioning, Adult Human Heart A break...
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Breakthrough in Tissue Regeneration thru 3D Printin g Researchers at the Imperial College London have developed a way to 3D print soft biological structures. They match the structure and softness of body tissues. As a result researchers say these structures could be used to build life-like models of the brain and lungs for medical procedures. Specifically to form scaffolds that act as a template for tissue regeneration - allowing damaged tissue to regrow. Scaffolds to Rebuild and Heal The Imperial College medical scaffolds are super soft. The scientists don't believe they have the issues that normally face tissue replacement transplant procedures like rejection by the body. This innovation has many significant applications for tissue or organ transplants. Future of Medicine This research is pointing the way to the future of medicine. 3D printing of soft biological structures may lead to the seeding of neuronal cells involved in the brain and spinal cord to restore t