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Penn State researchers develop simultaneous skin and bone repair 3D bioprinting process

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Researchers from Pennsylvania State University have developed a 3D bioprinting process capable of printing hard and soft tissue at the same time to repair skin and bone injuries. Using two specifically-engineered bioinks and bioprinting processes, the team was able to repair a hole in the skull and skin of a rat model within minutes in […]

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