3d printed organs
It might be time to rethink fertility treatment. Here’s the scoop: scientists at Northwestern University 3D printed a functional
Many people in the country die from natural disasters, and from traffic and industrial accidents that may damage body parts and bone structures.
Scientists have successfully used stem cells to generate human heart muscle.
Scientists announced that for the first time ever, they were able to 3-D print an organ, successfully transplant it into an animal and get it to work.
A new technique could one day solve the intractable problem of organ shortages.
3D printing is not magic. It is simply a way to scale up the current processes we use to engineer organs in the laboratory
Ibrahim Ozbolat joins HuffPost Live to talk about how far off we are from being able to create brand new organs that generate electricity.
"Bioprinting organs for human uses won't happen anytime soon," said Tony Atala, director of the Wake Forest Institute for