University of Minnesota researcher has one of the first „bioprinters“ using living tissue

Bioprinters, using living tissue, could revolutionize transplant medicine.

Prof. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari stood silently a few feet from the machine as it whirred alive for the first time. The device deposited coat atop delicate coat of pink goo through a small syringe until it had transformed a computerized image into a physical object.
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