The advanced printing technology, especially in 3D does not only change the way printer users perceived about printed materials. Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB have been making experiments on the possibilities of printing blood vessels using a 3D printer with endothelial cells without being rejected.
The team of researchers is planning to present their printed blood cells at Biotechnica Fair in Hanover, Germany this October. You could by now have a rough grasp about the near future medical possibility, owing to two-photon polymerization and 3D printing technology.
In near future, not only will users able to create 3D printed objects, but could as well create food and even artificial blood vessels!