Friday math movie: Printing a human kidney

By Murray Bourne, 08 Apr 2011

Here's an interesting real life application of 2-D and 3-D geometry.

It's now possible to print a human kidney using an inkjet printer. We also see wound repair and a beating heart valve - all artificial.

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