Flash Cloning

Despite the name, flash cloning works in practice more like cellular printing. Rapid-growth cell cultures of the desired tissue are cultivated, then rapidly assembled onto a nanoscale assembly where they eventually form the designed shape. When all tissues are fully integrated and functioning as desired, the nanoscale assemblies break down to be absorbed by the tissues. Compared to earlier versions of this technology, even full-size biomorphs can be printed using this method into a fully-functional state on a cost and time basis similar to synthmorphs.

The technology is not mature, and still requires significant oversight from highly trained personnel. It is expected by most industry experts to replace current morph production facilities entirely within the next three years, and there is significant government and corporate interest in the technology.

Flash Cloning

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