bio-ink
 n.— «The team’s research involves printers that place bio-ink onto successive layers of gel. On February 16, the team reported that cells had self-assembled, which is essential to creating “organ modules” that could be used to test drugs—or to create entire organs fit for transplanting.» —“The Print Shop: Sci-Fi Inkjet Printers” by Eric Butterfield PC World Mar. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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