Facebook post by University of Helsinki

Environmentally friendly and non-toxic nanocellulose is compatible with the human body, giving it potential to be used for a range of medical applications. In the future, nanocellulose might be used in surgical sutures – or as bio-ink in 3D printers to produce structures of the body, maybe even an entire liver.
Nanocellulose from wood to be used in drug therapies | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Environmentally friendly and non-toxic nanocellulose is compatible with the human body, giving it potential to be used for a range of medical applications.