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Charles W ‘Chuck’ Hull filed his US patent number US4575330 A, for “Apparatus for the production of three-dimensional objects by stereolithography”.
Scientists in MIT developed a procedure it trademarked the name “3-D Printing”
a laboratory-grown organ was successfully transplanted into a patient for the first time, using technology developed by the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
a miniature functional human kidney that had the ability to filter blood and produce diluted urine in an animal was printed.
Organovo and Invetech completed their work on Project “Leeloo,” which was the creation of the NovoGen MMX Bioprinter™. the worlds first commercial Bio Printer .
Organovo Inc. printed the world’s first functioning blood vessels. These were the first exogenous s caffold-free vessels
Researchers at Heriot-Watt University 3-D printed an arrangement of human embryonic stem cells
Surgeons performed the world’s first face transplant on a male patient whose skin around his right eye had to be removed due to a tumour.
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