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13. Skin deep: Robots to wear real human tissue Mar 3, 2017, 15:34 SlimRam
 
3D-printed skin

Dressing up robots in human tissue isn’t the only way scientists are using tech to innovate transplants: medical researchers in Spain are already using patient cells to 3D-print human skin.

This is kinda sounding more and more like Westworld! I'd assume naturally that the first robot will be called Dolores and be damn handy with a six-shooter
 
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