Ethical Considerations for Replicating Bones with 3D Printing
24 January 2020 by CITI Program
Evolving technology now makes 3D printing an inexpensive technology for reproducing replica bones. Digital bone repositories around the world are currently working through the ethical issues involved with this technology, such as who owns the right to print which bones or if it is even possible to own the rights to part of a person.
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