3D printer brings together nanoparticles, tissue to create a human ear

05/2/2013 | PlasticsToday.com

Standard 3D printing equipment was the key in overcoming the challenges of interfacing electronic and biological materials as Princeton researchers for the first time printed functional ears. The printer was able to create complex contours -- a difficult task with traditional scaffolding -- as it integrated silver nanoparticles and tissue.

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