3D printing tech utilized in winning project that bioprints tumor models for cancer studies

Written by Sonia Mannan

A University of Toronto Schools student has won the Greater Toronto heat of the Sanofi Biogeneius Canada competition after 3D printing tumor models to aid cancer research. First place in the Greater Toronto regional heat of the Sanofi Biogeneius Canada competition has been won by a student utilizing 3D bioprinting technology. Jody Mou, a student at University of Toronto Schools (ON, Canada), won the prize for her project involving 3D printed tumor models which can then be used to study cancer in labs. Mou conducted her project in the lab of Alison McGuigan, professor of chemical engineering, University of Toronto...

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