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Surgeons at a north Queensland hospital are using a 3D printer to build life-size replicas of patients' fractured bones.

Surgeons at a north Queensland hospital are using a 3D printer to build life-size replicas of patients' fractured bones.

eMOTION ECG Mobile FDA Approves Mega Electronics Android Based eMotion ECG Mobile Monitor

eMOTION ECG Mobile FDA Approves Mega Electronics Android Based eMotion ECG Mobile Monitor

3D Printing: Singapore start-up Supercraft3D receives $1 million to 3D print bionic bones - https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/singapore-start-supercraft3d-receives-1-million-3d-print-bionic-bones-102632/?utm_source=Pinterest

3D Printing: Singapore start-up Supercraft3D receives $1 million to 3D print bionic bones - https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/singapore-start-supercraft3d-receives-1-million-3d-print-bionic-bones-102632/?utm_source=Pinterest

Take a look at these astounding GIFs. GE released images from its first clinical trial of a next generation body scanner that captures bones, blood vessels and organs in high-definition.

Take a look at these astounding GIFs. GE released images from its first clinical trial of a next generation body scanner that captures bones, blood vessels and organs in high-definition.

3D bio-printing: Cornell doctors and engineers built a lifelike artificial ear made of living cells using 3D printing technologies! Kids born with underdeveloped outer ears from congenital defects like microtia now have an opportunity to have an ear created from the tissues of their own bodies versus an artificial ear created from synthetic materials. One of the Cornell team’s prosthetic ears, created from living cartilage cells. Image via PLOS ONE/Reiffel et. al.

3D bio-printing: Cornell doctors and engineers built a lifelike artificial ear made of living cells using 3D printing technologies! Kids born with underdeveloped outer ears from congenital defects like microtia now have an opportunity to have an ear created from the tissues of their own bodies versus an artificial ear created from synthetic materials. One of the Cornell team’s prosthetic ears, created from living cartilage cells. Image via PLOS ONE/Reiffel et. al.

3D printed kidneys predict the body’s capacity for radioactive material

3D printed kidneys predict the body’s capacity for radioactive material

Breakthrough could lead to 'artificial skin' that senses touch, humidity and temperature. July 2013

Breakthrough could lead to 'artificial skin' that senses touch, humidity and temperature. July 2013