3D-printed Patch Can Help Mend a ‘Broken’ Heart

News   Apr 19, 2017 | Original story from the University of Minnesota

 
3D-printed Patch Can Help Mend a ‘Broken’ Heart

A team of biomedical engineering researchers has created a revolutionary 3D-bioprinted patch that can help heal scarred heart tissue after a heart attack. Two of the researchers involved are biomedical engineering Associate Professor Brenda Ogle (right) and Ph.D. student Molly Kupfer (left). Credit: Patrick O’Leary, University of Minnesota

 
 
 

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