3D Printing With Bacteria Promises Revolutionary New Materials

Internal structure of printed layers. Modified strains of E. coli expressing two different fluorescent proteins were printed one on top of the other in a 2-layered square. After 24 hours of incubation, the internal structure of the printed bacterial layers was inspected by confocal microscopy.

 

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