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Italian scientist Giuseppe Scionti has repurposed bioprinting technology used to create an artificial human ear to develop a plant-based "steak"


Q. Tell us about yourself and how you came to work in this field?
A. I’m a biomedical engineer with a PhD in tissue engineering. I’ve been working on biomedical applications and tissue engineering - a field of science that investigates how to create artificial organs and tissue replacements - for 10 years at universities in Italy, Sweden, Britain and Spain. Most recently, I was working as Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) while doing postdoctoral research in tissue engineering focused on bioprinting, which is a technolog...

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