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[1] Charles R. Goulding, Andressa Bonafe and Charles G. Goulding, The R&D Tax Credits and the U.S. 3D Printing Initiative. To be published in Corporate Business Taxation Monthly.

[2] Charles R. Goulding, Andressa Bonafe, and Seann Convey. The R&D Tax Credit Aspects of Ceramics. To be published in Corporate Business Taxation Monthly

[3] Steven Leckart, How 3-D Printing Body Parts Will Revolutionize Medicine, Popular Science, August 2013, at 45.

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[5] Weill Cornell Medical College Press Release, New Bioengineered Ears Look and Act Like the Real Thing, Feb. 20, 2013. Available online at

[6] BBC Future, Printing a human kidney, June 22, 2012. Available online at

[7] Wake Forest School of Medicine, Printing Skin Cells on Burn Wounds, Jan. 17, 2013. Available online at

[8] Penn News, Penn Researchers Improve Living Tissues With 3D Printed Vascular Networks Made From Sugar, July 1, 2012. Avialable online at

[9] Washington State University News Center,  3D printer used to make boné-like material, Nov. 29, 2011. Available online at

[10] The Telegraph,  Scientists ‘print’ 3D bionic ear, July 3, 2013. Available online at

[11] 3D Printer World, University of Iowa Team Creates Multi-Arm BioPrinter, Aug. 5, 2013. Available online at

[12] USA Today, Researchers closing in on printing 3-D hearts, May 29, 2013. Available online at

[13] Organovo, 3D Human Liver Tissue Model. Available online at

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[15] The Guardian, 3D printing human organs – but where’s the Money for it?, July 17, 2013. Available online at

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