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How NASA’s Microbe Detection Technology May Speed Up Tissue Transplants
Tissue recipients may soon benefit from space travel.
Cornell Researchers Grow A Realistic Bio-Engineered Human Ear
After three months growing in the lab, it looks and acts more like a natural ear than any previous attempt.
Now In Production: Human Skin Grown In a Robot-Controlled German Skin Factory
Back in 2009, we told you about the skin factory concept at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology,...
In Flesh-Engineering Breakthrough, Lab-Grown Tissue Can Finally Grow Its Own Blood Vessels
Tissue engineers have come a long way in recent years, fabricating human tissue Lego blocks, artificial kidney cells, sight-restoring bio-synthetic...
If I Ate Lab-Grown Human Tissue or Organs, Would I Be Considered a Cannibal?
We realize you’re asking hypothetically. If you’re looking to indulge in the other, other white meat but can’t stand the...