Material scientists are bringing life to 3D printing by mixing bacteria in the inks. Christened ‘Flink’, the compound shows a lot of promise in the fields of medicine and biotechnology. 3D-printed circles printed from cellulose-producing bacteria. Image credits Manuel Schaffner, Patrick A. Rühs. Tired of creating objects out of old, boring, downright inanimate matter? Researchers from…
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