We Can Now 3D Print as Much Wood as We Want Without Cutting a Single Tree

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  • Researchers from MIT have created the world’s first 3D-printed lab-grown wood.
  • They created customizable wood from the cells of a flowering plant known as a zinnia.
  • They were able to  create bio-print wooden pieces of any shape and size

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