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3D printed 'heart on a chip' is an alternative to animal testing

engadget Tuesday, 25 October 2016
3D printing's potential to create custom objects, parts and tools has enormous potential for the medical field, where bespoke organs could be created on demand, saving lives that wouldn't survive waiting for donors. This year has already had standout...
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News video: Scientists 3D-Printed Heart-On-A-Chip

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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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