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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.
Researchers develop two complementary bladder models to study UTIs

Researchers develop two complementary bladder models to study UTIs

3D-bioprinted cardiac patches show therapeutic, regenerative potential for treating ischemic cardiomyopathy

3D-bioprinted cardiac patches show therapeutic, regenerative potential for treating ischemic cardiomyopathy

Researchers use appendiceal cancer organoids to study personalized immunotherapy response

Researchers use appendiceal cancer organoids to study personalized immunotherapy response

Developing a face mask that can detect COVID-19

Developing a face mask that can detect COVID-19

New test bed launched to advance the regenerative medicine field

New test bed launched to advance the regenerative medicine field

Researchers decode the mechanisms of cell renewal process

Researchers decode the mechanisms of cell renewal process

Novel peptide-based hydrogels hold great promise for tissue engineering applications

Novel peptide-based hydrogels hold great promise for tissue engineering applications

Sphere Fluidics and ClexBio introduce CYTRIX Microfluidic Hydrogel Kit

Sphere Fluidics and ClexBio introduce CYTRIX Microfluidic Hydrogel Kit

New porous biomaterial could help in bone repair

New porous biomaterial could help in bone repair

Researchers use new technique to create 3D-printed medical implants

Researchers use new technique to create 3D-printed medical implants

TIBI receives GFI grant to develop a unique, effective method of producing cultivated meat

TIBI receives GFI grant to develop a unique, effective method of producing cultivated meat

Study may lead to personalized treatments for cystic fibrosis

Study may lead to personalized treatments for cystic fibrosis

Researchers use 3-D bioprinting to create custom-shaped cartilage for use in surgical procedures

Researchers use 3-D bioprinting to create custom-shaped cartilage for use in surgical procedures

4D printing strategy helps fabricate biomimetic microchannel scaffold for spinal fusion

4D printing strategy helps fabricate biomimetic microchannel scaffold for spinal fusion

Four-part small-molecule cocktail can prevent cellular stress

Four-part small-molecule cocktail can prevent cellular stress

Interdisciplinary project explores the phenomenon of so-called “superspreaders”

Interdisciplinary project explores the phenomenon of so-called “superspreaders”

Scientists develop an ultrasonic imaging system to visualize cell abnormalities in 3D

Scientists develop an ultrasonic imaging system to visualize cell abnormalities in 3D

Researchers use natural polymer coatings to improve bone-implant integration

Researchers use natural polymer coatings to improve bone-implant integration

Placental-derived stem cell therapy shows promise to heal intestinal disease in premature babies

Placental-derived stem cell therapy shows promise to heal intestinal disease in premature babies

Researchers map the first complete atlas of single cells that make up the human teeth

Researchers map the first complete atlas of single cells that make up the human teeth