IMDEA Materials research on biodegradable 3D printed structures for bone regeneration published in National Geographic

A team of Spanish engineers has succeeded in creating a magnesium-based scaffold that makes it possible to reconstruct large bone fragments. The new device, under study, is non-toxic, biodegradable and does not generate rejection. In addition, it allows the regeneration of tissue without complications so it could be used to manufacture biodegradable prostheses in a fast and safe way.

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