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3D micro-heart muscle offers cheaper drug tests
Times of India

3D human heart tissue created from stem cells

A recent study has found out new way to create three-dimensional human heart tissue from stem cells which can be used to model disease and test drugs, and it opens the door for a precision medicine approach to treating heart disease.Although there ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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Laboratory Equipment

First autonomous robot to operate on soft tissue outdoes human surgeons

Axel Krieger] Step aside, Ben Carson. The once lauded ability to perform delicate operations with gifted hands may soon be replaced with the consistent precision of an autonomous robot. And—bonus—robots don't get sleepy. In a world's first, ...
 ArsTechnica22 hours ago This Robotic Surgeon Is Better At Surgery Than Its Human Counterparts  Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago This Robot Can Beat Surgeons at Stitching  QMED15 hours ago This robotic surgeon is already better than humans, and it's just getting started  Daily Dot20 hours ago
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Med India

'Person-on-a-chip': Engineers grow 3-D heart, liver tissues for better drug testing

Researchers have developed a new way of growing realistic human tissues outside the body. Their 'person-on-a-chip' technology, called AngioChip, is a powerful platform for discovering and testing new drugs, and could eventually be used to repair or replace ...
 Science Daily1 month ago Australian-First 3D Tissue Printing Could Revolutionise Dentistry, Periodontist Says  Dental Asia1 month ago No Bone, No Problem. Maybe Youll Just 3D Print It.  Dental Product Shopper1 month ago 3-D heart, liver tissues that function like real organs grown  Prokerala1 month ago
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Unmanned Robot Completes Surgery In Trial, Outperforms Human Doctors At Certain Stages

For the first time, an unmanned robot has successfully performed surgery on pigskin as a replacement for soft tissue. Surgeons and scientists from Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children's National Health System ...
 Huffington Post UK1 day ago Robot completes surgery unmanned for the first time  MSN UK6 hours ago
Digital Journal

Would you trust a robot to sew up your appendix?

Washington - A robot has been used to operate on soft tissue for the first time. This wasn't a human controlled device; the robot operated 'autonomously', according to a computer program. The study has been performed on a pig, rather than a human ...
 Digital Journal1 day ago Updated: Robot stitches tissue by itself, a step to more automated OR  Albuquerque Journal1 day ago Robot Stitches Tissue By itself, A Step to More Automated OR  ECN21 hours ago Robot stitches tissue by itself,...  LocalNews7.com23 hours ago
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Deccan Chronicle

3D 'Mini-Retinas' Grown From Human Stem CELLS

BERLIN: Scientists have developed an efficient way to make 3D 'mini retinas', which mimic the organ's tissue organisation, from mouse or human stem cells. The research offers new perspectives on the growth, injury and repair of retina - the part of ...
 Silicon India1 month ago Game-changing stem cells may be trialled in humans by 2017  Silicon Republic1 month ago Web Log: Online art project explores stem cell sci-fi  Irish Times1 week ago 3D mini-retinas grown from human stem cells  Times of India1 month ago
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First Post.com

3D printing may heal damaged cartilage in knees, ears

Scientists have found a way to produce cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting an ink containing human cells, that may lead to personalised implants to heal damaged noses, ears and knees. The researchers have successfully tested the technology in an in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Personalised implants using 3D bioprinting may soon heal damaged nose, ears  First Post.com1 month ago 3-D printing could help fix damaged cartilage in knees  Prokerala1 month ago 3D printing to fix damaged cartilage  Today's Medical Developments1 month ago
Times of India

Future Links April 15th

Cellink plans to take bioprinting to new heights 3D printing human tissue for organ transplants and drug research is still in its infancy. The bioprinting company Cellink plans to change that. It is taking the first steps on a long road that could ...
 Converter News3 weeks ago 3D 'bioprinters' could soon make organs and human tissue good enough for transplant, researchers say  Times of India2 months ago
Times of India

This 3D printer can produce human tissues, organs!

Photo credit: Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Zee Media Bureau London: Scientists at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre in North Carolina have created an innovative 3D printer that is capable of producing organs, tissues, and bones, ...
 Zee News2 months ago Scientists develop 3D printer capable of producing human tissue  Prokerala2 months ago New 3D Printing Technique Can Produce Human Tissue, Organs  NDTV2 months ago
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The Possible Reason Behind Organovo Holdings, Inc.'s Big Climb in April

What: Shares of Organovo Holdings , a company focused on the development of bioengineered human tissues for use by drug developers, universities, and hospitals, climbed higher by 25% in April, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. ...
 FOXBusiness.com1 day ago
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