Scientists Develop 3D Printer Capable of Printing Working Cartilage
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Posted on November 28, 2012, in Health, Lifestyle, Science, Technology and tagged 3d printer organs, 3d printer stock market, 3D printing, bio printing, bioprinting, cartilage, Electrospinning, gadgets, gaming, health, Inkjet printer, Magnetic resonance imaging, medicine, Printing, printing cartilage, printing muscle, printing organs, printing tissue, stock market, Stratasys, technology, videogames, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.