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A simple method uses stem cells from bone tissue to repair serious injuries quickly and cheaply.
Scientists find a better way to make more of the cells that make blood vessels.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.
Nanofiber scaffolds seeded with patient-derived stem cells could repair ravaged joints.
The tissue creates a scaffold for nerve tissue regeneration.
Specially engineered cells arrange themselves into three-dimensional microtissues.
New kinds of bioelectrodes will help researchers study beating hearts and brain trauma.
Genetically engineered viruses could form a scaffold for nerve cells.