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06 : 06 : 2013 Design : Biology : Bio-facture

Designers and engineers are increasingly making work that is not simply inspired by nature, but partially built using natural processes. Companies such as D-Shape are 3D printing architectural forms designed to work with marine ecosystems to rebuild coastlines. Engineers are using 3D printing to create scaffolding for the growth of cells to create tissue.

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