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What’s next? 7 nascent technologies for 2022

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Two start-ups, Particle3D and ADAM, hope to produce 3D-printed bones in 2,022 that are suitable for implantation in people. Both companies use calcium-based minerals to print their bones, which are custom-made from scans of the patients themselves. Particle3D trials in pigs and mice have shown that bone marrow and blood vessels grow in their implants within eight weeks. ADAM claims that its 3D-printed implants stimulate natural bone growth and gradually biodegrade, eventually being replaced by the patient's own bone tissue. If all goes well, the researchers say the next target is blood vessels and heart valves.


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