January 25, 2014      

"Imagine being able to print human tissues on demand."

This was the inspiration for start-up company Organovo as they set out to build the world?s first production 3-D bio-printer.

Step by step, we are developing ways to print the entire human body...

Because of its ability to pump out tailor-fit products, 3-D printing has seen a growing interest from the fields of prosthetics and medicine over the past several years.

Using 3-D scans, scientists at Cornell University have been able to succes...

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