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Organovo and Roche Researchers Publish Data Demonstrating Supe...

2016-07-11 08:05 ET - News Release SAN DIEGO, July 11, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Organovo Holdings, Inc. (NYSE MKT:ONVO) (Organovo), a three-dimensional biology company focused on delivering scientific and medical breakthroughs using its 3D ... Stockwatch, 1 month ago
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Asian Scientist

Singapore scientists grow human 'midbrain' from stem cells

Scientists create lab-grown miniature tissues that have the properties of the human 'midbrain' and will help researchers develop treatments for diseases such as Parkinson's. Liane Wimhurst reports. These tiny lab-grown human brain parts could ...
 Reuters UK3 weeks ago Singapore scientists successfully created lab-grown human midbrain from stem cells (VIDEO)  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Scientists Grow Tissues Resembling Human Mid-Brains  Asian Scientist3 weeks ago Scientists Cultivate Midbrain-like Organoids to Research Parkinson's Disease  Korea Broadcasting System1 month ago
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Why Organovo's Latest Publication Could Be Big News

Human liver tissue. Image source: . Hundreds of thousands of scientific articles are published in journals every year. How important are they? It depends on how groundbreaking the findings are. The recent publication by Organovo ( ...
 Motley Fool1 month ago
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US Federal Business Opportunity: Department of Health and Human Services: 3D Bio-Printer for NCATS Tissue Engineering

Tags: News: Hardware Tenders:USA This was published: 26 Jul 2016 - 01:48 pm Tweet Agency: Department of Health and Human Services Office: National Institutes of Health Location: National Institute on Drug Abuse, Station Support/Simplified ...
 ITbriefing1 month ago 3D Printing: Health Care Miracle, Product Liability Nightmare, or Both? Insights from Nutter's David Ferrera and Robyn Maguire  JD Supra3 weeks ago 3D scanning and printing technology is helping kids with ear defects  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago 3D Printing: New Life Sciences Technology and Old Product Liability Claims  Kaye Scholer LLP4 weeks ago
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Lehigh University

Engineering cells to speed tissue repair

Replacing and repairing human tissue is becoming feasible largely due to advances in the use of stem cells. But obstacles still stand in the way of engineering these malleable cells to self-renew or expand. One of those obstacles is an incomplete ...
 Lehigh University3 weeks ago Engineering adult stem cells to regenerate tissue twice as fast  EurekAlert!3 weeks ago Tissue Niches & Resident Stem Cells in Adult Epithelia  Bionity.com3 weeks ago Shape-changing metamaterial developed using Kirigami technique  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago
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Nanotech breakthrough prints human tissue from stem cells

It's the stuff of science fiction: technology that can print a human organ. But the first step towards turning big-screen fantasy into everyday reality has been taken by Israel's Nano Dimension , which makes 3D printers. Through a collaboration ...
 Israel 21c1 month ago

New Startups Debut At Showcase Sponsors Mentorship Program Cycle

This MassCONNECT class includes entrepreneurs working to cure metastatic cancer, 3D print human tissues, diagnose brain disorders more effectively and connect patients to clinical trials more efficiently. July 14, 2016 (CAMBRIDGE, MA) — Startup ...
 BioSpace1 month ago 4 Life Science Startups We Should Know About  BioSpace1 month ago

Tissue Regenix: Pig tissue and cutting-edge medical science

The treatment involves removing cellular material from animal and human tissue to leave a matrix which gives a framework for population by the patient's own cells. The US knee surgery space is worth around US$1.4bn alone. What it does seems like ...
 Proactive Investors.co.uk1 month ago Silk-based tissue chip provides promise for drug testing and implantable devices  Nanowerk1 month ago 3D bioprinting of skin tissues: better and better-performing techniques  Premium Beauty News1 month ago

Graphene to regenerate 3D tissues and organs for implantation into the human body

% of readers think this story is Fact. Add your two cents. A team of researchers from Boise State University have conducted a study that focuses on demonstrating the suitability of graphene foam (3D version of graphene) as a scaffold for growing ...
 Before It's News1 month ago Graphene could be used to regenerate 3D tissues and organs  Electronic Specifier1 month ago
European Hospital

Studies Shine Light on Mysterious Placenta, How It Goes Awry

A research boom is underway to finally understand the body's most mysterious organ — the placenta, that tissue that nourishes a fetus but often is dismissed as the "afterbirth." The stakes are high: When the placenta goes awry, it can lead to ...
 ABC News2 weeks ago Researchers develop tiny 3-D tissue models to study how ovarian cancer develops in women  News-Medical.Net1 month ago Researchers develop placenta-on-a-chip  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago New method helps characterize immune cells in tumor tissues  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago
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