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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.
Novel computer-guided design tool helps increase the efficiency of cell conversions

Novel computer-guided design tool helps increase the efficiency of cell conversions

Cats with chronic kidney disease may help inform treatment for humans in future

Cats with chronic kidney disease may help inform treatment for humans in future

New technology may lead to 3D-printed tissues and organs

New technology may lead to 3D-printed tissues and organs

Comet supercomputer reveals the mechanical process of cancer growth

Comet supercomputer reveals the mechanical process of cancer growth

Researchers develop shape memory polymer to understand the development of heart disease

Researchers develop shape memory polymer to understand the development of heart disease

New 4D hydrogels may help develop tissues that closely resemble their natural counterparts

New 4D hydrogels may help develop tissues that closely resemble their natural counterparts

New hydrogel-based materials show promise for tissue engineering

New hydrogel-based materials show promise for tissue engineering

Researchers create high throughput arrays of miniaturized 3D tumor models

Researchers create high throughput arrays of miniaturized 3D tumor models

A promising strategy to improve functional capacity of damaged muscle

A promising strategy to improve functional capacity of damaged muscle

Researchers develop a better solution to treat short bowel syndrome

Researchers develop a better solution to treat short bowel syndrome

Hydrogel dressings are better at promoting wound healing

Hydrogel dressings are better at promoting wound healing

Bernese researchers develop a second generation lung-on-chip

Bernese researchers develop a second generation lung-on-chip

New technique reveals cellular forces involved in biological tissue formation and growth

New technique reveals cellular forces involved in biological tissue formation and growth

REGENHU announces its participation in the FLAMIN-GO project aimed at developing "personalized" treatments against rheumatoid arthritis

REGENHU announces its participation in the FLAMIN-GO project aimed at developing "personalized" treatments against rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers develop a simple and efficient way to generate hemogenic endothelial cells

Researchers develop a simple and efficient way to generate hemogenic endothelial cells

UNSW develops a ceramic-based ink to 3D-print bone parts with living cells

UNSW develops a ceramic-based ink to 3D-print bone parts with living cells

Corning to highlight newest products in 3D cell culture portfolio at SLAS2021

Corning to highlight newest products in 3D cell culture portfolio at SLAS2021

Researchers develop a technique to modify biological polymers with protein-based biochemical messages

Researchers develop a technique to modify biological polymers with protein-based biochemical messages

Self-learning algorithms can help analyze biological image data

Self-learning algorithms can help analyze biological image data

Gelatin hydrogel can be used in trophoblast spheroid motility assays, shows study

Gelatin hydrogel can be used in trophoblast spheroid motility assays, shows study