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UK Researchers Can Rapidly Print Corneas

Dr Steve Swioklo, co-author with Prof Che Connon (right) as cornea is printed. Image courtesy of Newcastle University.

In another major step forward in bioprinting, researchers at Newcastle University have 3D-printd a biocompatible corneal framework that allow the creation of printed corneas. According to the research team, there is worldwide shortage of corneas available for transplant. More than ...

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Russians Plan Space Bioprinting

Russian researchers hope to test bioprinting on the International Space Station to develop new ways to print living tissue.

Russian scientists hope to produce living tissue using 3D printing technology on the International Space Station. According to an article in RT News, Russian space manufacturer Rocket and Space Corporation Energia thinks that bioprinting in microgravity conditions could help accelerate ...

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