What is 3D Bioprinting?

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3D Bioprinting is the branch of 3D printing which prints three-dimensional tissues and organs from specially formulated bioinks. The bioinks are made from a mixture of chemicals, stem-cells, or living cells. The actual printing is carried out in a gel-like base made from collagen, gelatin, hyaluronan, silk, alginate or nanocellulose. 

How 3D Printing Is Revolutionising Sports

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Dubbed by some as the next industrial revolution, 3D printing is having a major impact on many industries, from construction and manufacturing to healthcare, dentistry, and aerospace – to name just a few. Its impact has also been seen in sports, however.