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Dramatic advances in the fields of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, genetics, biomedical engineering and materials science have given rise to the remarkable new cross-disciplinary field of tissue engineering. Tissue engineering uses synthetic or naturally derived, engineered biomaterials to replace damaged or defective tissues, such as bone, skin, and even organs.
Exploring novel strategies to heal damage after a heart attack

Exploring novel strategies to heal damage after a heart attack

Yposkesi chairman to speak on ‘Manufacturing and the CDMO Perspective’ at Cell and Gene Meeting

Yposkesi chairman to speak on ‘Manufacturing and the CDMO Perspective’ at Cell and Gene Meeting

Study reveals a revolutionary way to treat eye injuries, prevent blindness

Study reveals a revolutionary way to treat eye injuries, prevent blindness

3D Bioprinting and its Applications

3D Bioprinting and its Applications

3D-printed artificial tissues could help heal people with sports injuries

3D-printed artificial tissues could help heal people with sports injuries

European Research Council awards grant for research on insulin-producing cells

European Research Council awards grant for research on insulin-producing cells

Study shows effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on osteoblast precursor cells

Study shows effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on osteoblast precursor cells

Novel hydrogel provides better cell encapsulation and delivery

Novel hydrogel provides better cell encapsulation and delivery

TMJ disorders could be treated with tissue-engineered implants after successful animal study

TMJ disorders could be treated with tissue-engineered implants after successful animal study

Plant cellulose bone implants are “viable” option to support new bone growth, study finds

Plant cellulose bone implants are “viable” option to support new bone growth, study finds

Cell therapy may be alternative strategy for treatment of chronic kidney disease

Cell therapy may be alternative strategy for treatment of chronic kidney disease

Plasma protein may hold potential for making wound-healing tissue scaffolds

Plasma protein may hold potential for making wound-healing tissue scaffolds

Johns Hopkins study describes cells that may help speed bone repair

Johns Hopkins study describes cells that may help speed bone repair

New research explains presence of ‘natural’ magnetism in human cells

New research explains presence of ‘natural’ magnetism in human cells

Researchers develop a new treatment for osteomyelitis

Researchers develop a new treatment for osteomyelitis

New biomaterial-based autograft extender can help treat critical-sized bone defects

New biomaterial-based autograft extender can help treat critical-sized bone defects

New automated, high-throughput bioreactor system for lung regeneration analysis

New automated, high-throughput bioreactor system for lung regeneration analysis

Annual RegenMed SA Conference to focus on future of stem cells

Annual RegenMed SA Conference to focus on future of stem cells

UTA bioengineers aim to develop new method to repair vaginal prolapses in early stages

UTA bioengineers aim to develop new method to repair vaginal prolapses in early stages

Newly developed biological system lets cells to create self-curving cornea

Newly developed biological system lets cells to create self-curving cornea