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The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane is building a dedicated "biofabrication" space where doctors and researchers can develop tech to model and print cartilage, bone and other human tissue.
2016/11/29 02:18
QUT is one of the facilities pushing the limits, along with Wake Forest, Harvard University and others.
2016/11/29 02:19
"A lot of the implants we are developing, we can implant into a patient and as the tissue grows back, it is not rejected, the scaffold will reabsorb over time and the tissue will grow even more
2016/11/29 02:19
However, the big prize would be the ability to 3D print a rejection-proof organ built from a patients' own cells.
2016/11/29 02:20