A group of researchers from the Madrid Carlos III University, Centre for research in energy, environment and technology (CIEMAT), Madrid hospital Gregorio Marañón presented a 3D bio-printer that prints skin, reports Science News Journal. It is reported that the skin "is completely identical to the human".
Initial studies have shown that printed leather - fully functional and ready to use for medical purposes. Leather pechetsya layer by layer, in the same way as humans.
Receiving the biological material from a particular person, for example, the victim in the fire, it is possible for a short period of time to create the skin suitable for transplantation.