Stem cells found in the lungs can be redirected to the heart using a new inhaled antibody therapy to help boost healing following a heart attack.
Hybridizing biofabrication processes will lead us to superior “living” tissue and organ substitutes that can be used to treat patients in lieu of donor grafts and metal and plastic devices.
Researchers use an enhanced technique to pattern unaltered cells within a 3D hydrogel, allowing them to recreate complex biological tissue for regenerative medicine.
A new mechanism to produce powerful biodegradable elastomers with a promising future in tissue regeneration.
Damaged trachea can now be regenerated and customized with the help of engineered biomaterials, replacing the need for prosthesis.
A customizable scaffold helps repair bones and rebuild tissue using the patient’s own cells.
Scientists apply a versatile new strategy to develop solid−hydrogel hybrid materials to regrow tissue.
A platform with a unique hierarchical nanoridge-in-microridge structure supports the rapid growth of neural cells.
Electrospinning is an emerging fabrication technology that holds great promise in advancing skin tissue engineering and in developing an array of novel therapies.
Researchers develop a cell-free cardiac patch to help heart tissue recover after a heart attack.