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Bioprinting Gets a Boost from Thick 3D Printed Human Tissues

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Outside of acting as the CEO of Voxel8, Dr. Jennifer Lewis performs cutting edge research into the diverse fields of bioprinting, electronics, and 4D printing, pushing the boundaries of these exciting technologies at every turn.  Her most recent breakthrough, with her team at Harvard John A. Paulson School for Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, is the 3D printing of thick, vascularized tissues that may have a great deal of significance for the future of artificial tissues and organs.

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