Replacement of tissues and organs using 3D printing technologies
The Wake Forest is for regenerative medicine (WFIRM) is a well-known institute for science.
The Wake Forest is for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) is a well-known institute for science. They use 3D printing technologies with nanotechnology and gene editing for biomanufacturing tissue, cell therapies, diagnostics, drug discovery.
According to Anthony Atala, MD, Chair, and Wake Forest School of Medicine Institute Director, “We have many challenges to meet, but are optimistic about the ability of the field to have a significant impact on human health. We believe regenerative medicine promises to be one of the most pervasive influences on public health in the modern era.”
3D printing tech companies to a high school
According to Cameron Coesens, a member of the high school’s robotics team told Business Insider Today, “It’s pretty cool because you take about a day, you come up with this model, and you’re able to in, you know, two hours or something, have the physical model in your hand,” Cameron Coesens, a member of the high school’s robotics team, told Business Insider Today.”
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