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Scientists 3D-print human liver tissue in a lab, win high prizes in NASA problem

Scientists have efficiently grown liver tissue able to functioning for 30 days within the lab as a part of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge.

In 2016, NASA put forth this competitors to seek out groups that would “create thick, vascularized human organ tissue in an in-vitro environment to advance research and benefit medicine on long-duration missions and on Earth,” according to an agency challenge description. Today (June 9), the company introduced not one, however two winners of the problem. 



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