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Science Nation: New Printable and Flexible Ceramic Bone Grafts Could Be a Game Changer

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The transplanting of bone tissue, known as bone grafting, typically involves allograft, which is bone from a deceased donor, or autograft, which comes from the patient's own body. With support from the National Science Foundation, materials scientist Ramille Shah and materials engineer Adam Jakus are working to develop and improve synthetic materials available for bone grafting. Part of the "Science Nation" series.

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Runtime: 4 minutes

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