A revolutionary technique can mean the end of organ transplants. The scientist at Wake Forest University, Anthony Atala, Develop a technique that works in print three-dimensional human organs, synthesizing them from samples taken from the patient and computer models. He classified the technique as something more like “bake a cake in the oven” than actually printing.
The process begins with a three-dimensional modeling of the body of the patient, a kidney, for example. After that, a sample of tissue from the kidney of the patient, smaller than a postage stamp is removed and analyzed by computers. Since then