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Ever wondered what it takes to print a new body part?

Bioprinting sees scientists take cells from the human body, which then grow together to form human tissue. It’s quicker and cheaper than growing organs from scratch, and soon enough we’ll be replacing body parts simply by hitting ‘print’.

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