3D Printing Industry

Researchers develop handheld 3D bioprinter for treating large skin burns

Researchers from the University of Toronto (UoT) and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre have developed a handheld device capable of 3D bioprinting sheets of skin that can heal burn wounds.  Described as a “handheld 3D printer”, the device deposits sheets of material formed by a bioink that covers the wound, helping to accelerate the skin’s healing […]

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