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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.
Study reveals new approach for engineering stable articular cartilage

Study reveals new approach for engineering stable articular cartilage

Novel plug-and-play multi-organ chip can be customized to the patient

Novel plug-and-play multi-organ chip can be customized to the patient

Miniature replica of the heart could give a more accurate view of how the organ works

Miniature replica of the heart could give a more accurate view of how the organ works

Dual release microparticle system promotes cranial bone defect healing

Dual release microparticle system promotes cranial bone defect healing

Injectable hybrid inorganic nanoscaffold-templated stem cell assembly for cartilage repair

Injectable hybrid inorganic nanoscaffold-templated stem cell assembly for cartilage repair

Solid bone marrow aspirates may be a promising therapeutic approach for promoting wound healing

Solid bone marrow aspirates may be a promising therapeutic approach for promoting wound healing

Could sound waves help to regrow bones?

Could sound waves help to regrow bones?

Previously unknown bacterial enzyme makes new type of polysaccharide

Previously unknown bacterial enzyme makes new type of polysaccharide

New 3D model of living brain cancer overcomes a major challenge in tissue engineering

New 3D model of living brain cancer overcomes a major challenge in tissue engineering

Olympus Discovery Center inaugurated at the University of Maryland

Olympus Discovery Center inaugurated at the University of Maryland

Harvard’s new kidney engineering technology licensed to San Diego-based Trestle Biotherapeutics

Harvard’s new kidney engineering technology licensed to San Diego-based Trestle Biotherapeutics

Researchers create artificial tendons in vitro from human stem cells

Researchers create artificial tendons in vitro from human stem cells

Tissue engineering advance could one day help patients regrow bones

Tissue engineering advance could one day help patients regrow bones

3D model of living brain cancer developed as a potential alternative for drug testing without animals

3D model of living brain cancer developed as a potential alternative for drug testing without animals

Showcasing STEM Women in Medical Science

Showcasing STEM Women in Medical Science

Developing injectable granular hydrogels for brain regeneration and function recovery after stroke

Developing injectable granular hydrogels for brain regeneration and function recovery after stroke

Researchers receive $2,664,522 NIH award to improve long-term functionality of vascular grafts

Researchers receive $2,664,522 NIH award to improve long-term functionality of vascular grafts

Researchers use microscopic strands of DNA to assemble hydrogel blocks

Researchers use microscopic strands of DNA to assemble hydrogel blocks

Using lab-grown stomachs to shed light on the symptoms of COVID-19

Using lab-grown stomachs to shed light on the symptoms of COVID-19

Newly designed biochip simplifies the process of manufacturing in vitro skin in the laboratory

Newly designed biochip simplifies the process of manufacturing in vitro skin in the laboratory