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Texas A&M researchers use 3D printed biomaterials to create facial bone grafts

Researchers from Texas A&M University have combined 3D printing, biomaterial engineering and stem cell biology to create new, more efficient, customizable bone grafting materials. Leveraging these three technologies, the scientists produced 3D printed highly-osteogenic scaffolds that not only facilitate bone cell growth but also serve as a sturdy platform for bone regeneration in custom shapes. […]

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Author: Paul Hanaphy