Flesh Wounds Could Be Healed with a 3D Skin Printer Now in Development

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If you browse the band-aid aisle at the pharmacy, you’ll find an assortment of cartoon-printed bandages as well as ones that are designed to look like skin. But what if we could put skin tissue on those wounds? Engineers have developed a 3D skin printer that could be as easy as applying a band-aid. Developing the 3D Skin Printer There are many different types of tape dispensers available: Packaging tape, duct tape, white-out tape, etc. What engineers from the University of Toronto have developed is the same type of thing – it will output a sheet of skin tissue that

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