3D-Printed Bioreactor Inside Body Grows Live Bones to Repair Injuries

3D-Printed Bioreactor to Grow Bones
Gerry Koons, an M.D./Ph.D. student at Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine, holds a 3D-printed bioreactor used to grow new bone (Photo credit: Jeff Fitlow)
In case of injuries, doctors sometimes put orthopedic implants and native bone grafts in place where natural bone is. Now, bioengineers at Rice University have developed a technique which grows […]
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