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A ceramic device for disease diagnosis and drug testing has been 3D printed by a team of scientists in Madrid and Vienna. According to the researchers, the chip is “one of the most remarkable examples” of its kind. It opens up the potential of ceramic materials for use in organ-on-a-chip testing devices that can be used in place of animals or petri dish samples. Read more: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/ceramic-3d-printing-steps-forward-end-animal-testing-119311/
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