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Harvard's 3D-printed heart on a chip could lead to personalized medicine breakthroughs

ITworld Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Harvard University researchers have 3D-printed human heart tissue on a chip with integrated sensors, marking a major breakthrough for personalized medicine.
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This week, scientists at Harvard University announced that for the first time ever, they’ve managed to 3D-print an organ-on-a-chip. The “organ”—a heart—could one day lead to breakthroughs in areas like in vitro tissue engineering and drug screening research. Before you get too excited, the...

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