Thursday, April 8, 2010

Ink Jet Skin Printer

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The article linked below describes an interesting new method of grafting skin onto burn victim's wounds. The researchers have created an "Skin Jet" printer, similar to a standard Ink Jet printer that sprays an emulsified mixture of skin cells and healing agents on the wound. The first layer is a healing / grafting mixture and the second layer is a protective layer. Pretty cool stuff.

Of course, when I see these kinds of nano-technology based applications I think of ways these new processes can be brought to bear on construction processes. If we can heal human skin this way we should certainly be able to repair / protect concrete, steel and other building materials.

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