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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.
New 3D map provides precise locations of blood vessels and stem cells in a a mouse skull

New 3D map provides precise locations of blood vessels and stem cells in a a mouse skull

New eToeholds could make RNA therapeutics more safer and effective

New eToeholds could make RNA therapeutics more safer and effective

Researchers generate cartilage tissue from embryonic stem cells

Researchers generate cartilage tissue from embryonic stem cells

Study assesses cellular agriculture's potential trajectories

Study assesses cellular agriculture's potential trajectories

Stiffness of protein fibers plays a key role in controlling cell movement, study shows

Stiffness of protein fibers plays a key role in controlling cell movement, study shows

Researchers use body-on-a-chip cancer models to study personalized immunotherapy response

Researchers use body-on-a-chip cancer models to study personalized immunotherapy response

Researchers devise a small-molecule cocktail to protect stem cells from stress

Researchers devise a small-molecule cocktail to protect stem cells from stress

New enzyme-activated compostable plastic could diminish microplastics pollution

New enzyme-activated compostable plastic could diminish microplastics pollution

New automated process uses ultrashort peptides to print hydrogel scaffolds

New automated process uses ultrashort peptides to print hydrogel scaffolds

New platform allows scientists to study hydrogels' hidden workings in soils

New platform allows scientists to study hydrogels' hidden workings in soils

Bernese researchers create sophisticated lung-on-chip

Bernese researchers create sophisticated lung-on-chip

TUM researcher develops self-learning algorithms to help analyze bioscientific image data

TUM researcher develops self-learning algorithms to help analyze bioscientific image data

New multidimensional model of trophoblast motility uses a functionalized hydrogel

New multidimensional model of trophoblast motility uses a functionalized hydrogel

Fibrous protein could lead to more efficient bioprinting, tissue engineering applications

Fibrous protein could lead to more efficient bioprinting, tissue engineering applications

Using genetic engineering to grow synthetic livers

Using genetic engineering to grow synthetic livers

Teratomas could provide a new glance at human development

Teratomas could provide a new glance at human development

Researchers uncover problems with the conventional method for growing organoids

Researchers uncover problems with the conventional method for growing organoids

Metastatic cancer cells reshape, destroy or integrate into blood vessels

Metastatic cancer cells reshape, destroy or integrate into blood vessels

Early neuron training shows promise for regenerative medicine

Early neuron training shows promise for regenerative medicine

A new cell-based gene therapy approach to correct hemophilia A

A new cell-based gene therapy approach to correct hemophilia A