3D printing is making complicated surgeries safer. A new method of 3D printing is aiding surgeons in complicated liver surgeries. This method involves creating an accurate replica of a patient’s liver, which is then 3D…
3D printing techniques has given a 6 year old boy from Mongolia a new nose. The young boy named Nerja was born without a nose, a rare condition that often prevents the child from breathing. …
Whether you need a heart for education purposes or to test a catheter, Materialise will either print a model of your own heart or one out of their not at all creepy heart catalog.
Researchers in Paris are now using embryonic human stem cells in a 3D printer, paving the way to printed organs.
Some of the things that 3D printing technology can do in the medical world will blow your mind, and it could potentially save your life, too. Here are 10 innovations that are happening right now.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered a way to incorporate a vascular system in the 3D printing of human tissue.
What if you could 3D print new organs, rather than waiting for a transplant? It’s being done now by Dr. Anthony Atala, as he discusses in this excellent, and inspiring, TedTalk.