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3D Printed Tissues May Keep Athletes in Action

News   Mar 29, 2019 | Original story from Rice University

 
3D Printed Tissues May Keep Athletes in Action

Rice University graduate student Sean Bittner holds a 3D-printed scaffold created to help heal osteochondral injuries. The initial study is a proof-of-concept to see if printed structures can mimic the gradual transition from smooth, compressible cartilage to hard bone at the end of long bones. Image credit: Jeff Fitlow

 
 
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