3D printers may become standard equipment for operating rooms

Scientists from the University of New South Wales in Sydney have developed a new ceramic ink that can allow surgeons to print 3D bone fragments complete with live cells. 3D printed bones can be used to repair bone tissue damaged during surgery. The 3D printer uses a special ink made with calcium phosphate, and the researchers on the project are calling for multi-directional bioprinting of ceramics with ink … Continue reading

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