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Using UV Light Energy In Ice Printing of Potential Blood Vessels

Nicoletta Lanese article in Live Science about a new technique to develop small blood vessels. Researcher Feimo Yang at Carnegie Mellon University uses an ice printer to design the artificial vessel, followed by a gel coating embedded with human cells. Ultraviolet light melts the ice and causes the gel to solidify all preambles to finishing…

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