Johnson & Johnson and Aspect Biosystems begin work on 3D printing knee cartilage

From 3ders.org
January 6, 2017 - 10:21am

3D printing has come leaps and bounds in the fields of medicine and biotechnology in recent years. Yet whereas developments such as 3D printed prosthetics make headlines rather frequently, less often do we see news of bioprinting, the highly complicated (and costly) 3D printing of biological tissue and organs through the layering of living cells.



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