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3-D Photografting Grows Bio Tissue

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VIENNA, Aug. 27, 2012 — Photografting, a new form of three-dimensional printing that uses lasers to precisely attach molecules at specific places in a material, could soon make it possible to grow biological tissue or to create microsensors. Many ways exist to create 3-D objects on the micrometer scale. But tuning chemical properties of materials at micrometer precision is extremely complicated. The new method was devised by two Vienna University of Technology teams led by professors Jürgen Stampfl and Robert Liska, both of whom have received considerable attention for previous work with 3-D...Read full article

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