Researchers 3D Print Eye Cells In Bid To End Blindness – 5 February 2014


3D printing has been used to print a variety of objects — firearms, casts, limbs, food. One of the most recent uses falls into the more altruistic efforts, with researchers announcing they’ve successfully printed eye cells, something that could eventually lead to a cure for blindness. The work was done by researchers at The University of Cambridge, and was published in the journal Biofabrication.

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