What can biofabrication do for space and what can space do for biofabrication

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What can biofabrication do for space and what can space do for biofabrication. / Moroni, Lorenzo; Tabury, Kevin; Stenuit, Hilde; Grimm, Daniela; Baatout, Sarah; Mironov, Vladimir.

In: Trends in Biotechnology, 17.09.2021, p. 1-14.

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Moroni, L., Tabury, K., Stenuit, H., Grimm, D., Baatout, S., & Mironov, V. (2021). What can biofabrication do for space and what can space do for biofabrication. Trends in Biotechnology, 1-14. [2104]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tibtech.2021.08.008

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Moroni, Lorenzo ; Tabury, Kevin ; Stenuit, Hilde ; Grimm, Daniela ; Baatout, Sarah ; Mironov, Vladimir. / What can biofabrication do for space and what can space do for biofabrication. In: Trends in Biotechnology. 2021 ; pp. 1-14.

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