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Not Your Average Pleather
Modern Meadow’s ZOA is 3D Biofabricated, Animal-Free Leather Fabric

New Jersey startup Modern Meadow unveils ZOA, an animal-free biofabricated leather material that is made from genetically engineered yeast.

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Print Your Brain?!
Scientists Are Bioprinting Brain-Like Tissue From Stem Cells

Australian scientists are using a special bio-ink made from stem cells to 3D print patient-specific brain tissue.

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An Apple A Day...
Biomaterial From Apple Waste Leads to Medical Breakthrough

Researchers have developed biocompatible materials from apple waste, which can be used as matrices to regenerate bone and cartilage tissues.

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For That, They Hacked An Ultimaker
German Students Develop Improved 3D Printable Bio-Ink

Bioprinting is becoming more sophisticated daily. Students from Munich, Germany, hacked an Ultimaker 2+ to 3D print biomaterials even more efficient.

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3D Printed Rhino Horns to Deter Ivory Poaching?

Biotech startups want to develop 3D printed Rhino horns to sink the illegal trade in ivory. Can this crazy plan work, or will it cause more harm than good?

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Bioprinting
BioBots 3D printers make biofabrication accessible and affordable

BioBots’ 3D printer uses special ink, biomaterials and living cells in order to build 3D living tissue and human limbs and organs.

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Bioprinting and art
MHOX Design explores the future of generative wearables

Italian 3D design studio MHOX combines bioprinting with art – or vice versa. Its creations are both fascinating and highly vexing.

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Interview with Dr. Gabor Forgacs, Organovo

All3DP.com talked to Dr. Gabor Forgacs, Organovo, about his perspective on 3D printing industry - today and tomorrow.

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