3D-PRINTED HUMAN SKIN AND BONE COULD SAVE ASTRONAUTS ON MARS

Scientists from the University Hospital of Dresden Technical University (TUD) in Germany just 3D printed skin and bone samples to see if astronauts on Mars could use the technology in low-gravity environments.

The research is part of the European Space Agency’s 3D Printing of Living Tissue for Space Exploration project, a mission to explore different ways astronauts could recover from injuries in distant places in our solar system — like Mars or deep space.

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