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Feb. 21, 2011 (1:35 pm) By: Matthew Humphries
Medical research is always looking for new and simpler ways to perform complicated procedures, and sometimes they look to the world of computing technology to help solve a problem. Researchers at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine are doing just that by using inkjet technology to print skin.
If you are ever unfortunate enough to sustain an injury or burn that requires a skin graft, then chances are you need an operation to take skin from one part of your body to use on the wounded area. If you are in a hospital this can be done a
Originally posted by observer
This is very cool, odd and little sci-fi creepy... but cool.
Check out the skin gun. I saw this on a Nat Geo show and found this Gizmodo link. It's pretty stunning stuff.