Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed a microrobot controlled by magnets that they say can be used to construct tissuelike structures from cell-encapsulating hydrogels without affecting cell health or reproduction. The technology could pave the way for more accurate 3D printing of living tissue in the lab, researchers reported in the journal Nature Communications.
Experts develop microrobot for more precise 3D tissue printing
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