From polymers to prosthetics: the growth of 3D printing in biomedicine

CAS Science Team

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3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is revolutionizing the way we create solid objects from digital files. It is now accessible to the masses and being used across a variety of fields, including biomedicine. With the ability to manufacture pharmaceutical products, prosthetic ears, and even artificial organs, the potential of 3D printing in biomedicine is limitless. In this in-depth report, we analyze the latest trends and exciting innovations in 3D printing technology and materials in biomedicine, including tissue and organ fabrication, implants and prosthetics, and more. 

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