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The world has seen how 3D printing can alter industrial processes on Earth and beyond, but there’s an emerging area of study looking at how it may be used to create living, biological structures. In a new study, according to the researchers, the programmable Escherichia coli bacterial cells may be 3D-printed into hydrogels in various forms that release various drugs or absorb toxins depending on how they’re built.

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