A team of scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a new method of 3D printing based on using genetically modified bacterial cells as active components to create living material and devices, so-called “living tattoos” that respond to various external stimulations.
The design principle and general method are provided to fabricate large-scale, high-resolution living materials, which are capable of integrating engineered cells into hydrogel constructs that maintain high viability of cells and respond to signaling chemicals in programed manners.
3D printed programmed giant monsters are just a step ahead!
[…] 3D printed programmed giant monsters are just a step ahead! (SOURCE) […]
[…] post First Living Tattoos Created By MIT Scientists appeared first on STRANGE SOUNDS – AMAZING, WEIRD AND ODD […]