3D-Printed Ovaries + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: tools on avoiding an avocado-induced injury; how the future of 3D printers could solve female infertility; and an interesting look at what we can learn from tortoises.
3-D printers can print food, clothes, guns, and now (drumroll please) mouse ovaries. Learn how printers could help millions of women struggling with infertility next.
Could a shirt make your sweat smell good? According to a recent prototype developed by researchers at MIT, that may be on the horizon. In the meantime, we’ve got you covered.