Marissa Cooper

Marissa Cooper

    Marissa Cooper is a recent graduate from the University of Rochester. She is passionate about the exchange of ideas between science, healthcare, and technology and how these ideas can be applied to the modern world. Aside from writing, Marissa likes to see concerts, go to hockey games, and try new restaurants around Boston.

    MIT Researchers Develop a “Living Tattoo” Made from 3D Printed Bacteria

    MIT Researchers Develop a “Living Tattoo” Made from 3D Printed Bacteria »

    21 Jan, 2018
    News

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are taking 3D printing one step further. Their findings, recently published in Advanced Materials, indicate that the methods used for traditional 3D printing can also be used to print living materials; they were able to integrate programmable bacteria into their 3D printing ink.

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