With multimaterial multinozzle 3D printing, a team at the Wyss Institute at Harvard reduced the time required to print complex shapes and objects to a fraction of the time required currently.
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A new technique called SWIFT was used to 3D-print a synthetic perfusable cardiac tissue complete with a faux blood vessel network that could beat synchronously for a period of seven days.