UConn students design two functional artificial kidneys with 3D printing

3D printing has been used to build tools, toys and jewelry, and it may someday be producing complex organ. Six School of Engineering students at the University of Connecticut have designed and developed a prototype of a low-cost, functional artificial kidney using 3D printing and chemical engineering principles.

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