Filipino students develop 3D printed trachea using stem cells from patients

While studies on 3D bio-printing are usually done in multimillion dollar laboratories by award-winning professors, students from the Philippines show that it doesn’t have to be that way. For a team of students from the Technological Institute of the Philippines have successfully constructed a ‘bioreactor’ capable of 3D printing an artificial trachea (or windpipe).
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