We are members of TechCollect, a nationwide service that offers recycling for end- of- life electronic and computing equipment. Supported throughout the IT and Data industries, and by the Australian Government, their aim is to cut the amount of electronic waste in landfill. Dr Crook said the team was currently carrying out animal experiments to test if teratomas developed from the 3D printed nerve cells. 3D printing with bio-inkThey then “crosslinked” the cube into a firm jelly-like substance. The team used 3D printing to make neurones involved in producing GABA and serotonin, as well as support cells called neuroglia, they reported in the journal Advanced Healthcare Material.
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