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Image of the Day: Strong Jawline

This 3-D–printed scaffold for a jawbone is made out of bone powder and polyester. Similar models might one day be used to help replace damaged bones.

The Scientist Staff

JOHN HOPKINS MEDICINE

(See B.P. Hung et al., “Three-dimensional printing of bone extracellular matrix for craniofacial regeneration,” ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2016.)

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