We’ve seen 3D printers create toys, sneakers, and even prosthetics. One startup wants to push further by creating a functioning, 3D-printed human heart.
Company BioLife4D is working on just that: a printing process that could recreate a beating human heart using a patient’s own cells.
Steven Morris, founding partner and CEO of BioLife4D, sees this as a solution for patients seeking heart transplants, with the possibility the technology could shift to other organs including the kidneys or pancreas.
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