So he looks to the milestone on the way of human organs in the 3-D printer. Neuro-biologist Dr. Ali Ertürk and his Team have developed a chemical process to be able to institutions transparent. As in the case of this mouse, or this human kidney. They are then captured in Detail by a laser scanner and a print job for the 3D printer equivalent. The researchers at the Institute for stroke and dementia research, Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, could succeed in a breakthrough for the future of organ transplants and the treatment of cancer. “The Laser scans from Top to bottom, and allows us to observe every single cancer cell in the body.” “We can also observe the treatment that a cancer drug should find the diseased cell and kill it, right? We can now observe for the first Time this interaction between the drug and the cell, which is why we can develop from now on, much better cancer medicines, because we see what works and what doesn’t.” To print the Organ, a so-called “Biotinte is used”, which was also developed in the research Institute, and carrier and cell material. According to Ali Ertürk lacked andernsorts organs from the 3D printer so far to Details, because they are based on recordings from the Computer, or MRI imaging. “Globally, we are the only ones with the technology to make entire human organs transparent, and then be scanned cell-by-cell. I believe, therefore, that we can print off are real organs, than anybody else in the world.” Ertürks Team wants to print in the next 2 to 3 years, a pancreas, and in the next 5 to 6 years for a kidney.