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Leo Chou, a 5th year PhD student at IBBME and first author of the paper, said that they're using a 'molecular assembly' model - taking pieces of materials that we can now fabricate accurately and organizing them into precise architectures, like putting LEGO blocks together.
Bone grafting, or moving bone from one body part to another, is a common solution in fields such as orthopedics or dentistry, said John Davies, IBBME co-investigator.