Pretty amazing advances being reported in medical technology these days. It's not specifically molecular manufacturing, but the ability to create human skin and bones with an inkjet printer is a startling achievement. The BBC report says:
Scientists are developing an inkjet printer that can create "made to measure" skin and bones to treat people with severe burns or disfigurements.
The University of Manchester team say the inkjets will be able to "print out" tailor-made human cells to fit a patient's exact dimensions.
Human cells are suspended in a nutrient-rich liquid before being printed out in several thin layers.
Project leaders say the method could be used to build an organ in a day.
I'm sure the years ahead will hold many more fantastic -- and perhaps sometimes fearsome -- new developments. It's a fascinating time to be alive!