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Soon printing a human heart on demand will no longer be sci-fi
CNBC
Imagine being able to grow a liver in a laboratory from cells and tissue for a transplant patient. Or engineering cells to grow into a heart valve to replace one damaged from heart disease. Around the world, start-ups — like Tokyo-based Cyfuse ...


Printing Rollers Market Manufacturers, Productions Supply Sales Demand Industry Status and Forecasts to 2020
MarketWatch
2016 Industry Research Report on Printing Rollers Market is a depth research report on Printing Rollers Industry that would help to know the world's major regional market conditions of Printing Rollers industry, the main region including North American ...

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Phys.Org

3-D printing custom support structures for tissue implants
Phys.Org
Tissue implants customised to a patient could soon be printed using a new type of 3-D printer under development by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and a Singapore-based 3-D printing start-up focused on healthcare.

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