Scientists have engineered tiny, 3D-printed bricks that can heal broken bones and damaged soft tissue. The novel invention could one day lead to lab-made organs for human transplant.
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The cubes are roughly the size of a small flea (0.06 inches cubed or 1.5 millimeters cubed) and were inspired by Lego blocks. In action, they serve as scaffolding on which both hard and soft tissue can regrow better than what most…
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