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By Editage Insights | May 24, 2017
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Researchers develop functional 3-D ovaries that can produce offspring
Can you imagine 3-D printed ovaries that can produce offspring? Researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and McCormick School of Engineering have made this possible by replacing a female mouse’s ovary with a bioprosthetic ovary. The ovary could ovulate, and eventually... Read More
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By Editage Insights | January 24, 2017
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3-D bioprinter to print functional human skin
Can a printer print out human skin? A team of researchers belonging to the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), CIEMAT (Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research), Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón, in collaboration with the firm BioDan Group have designed a... Read More
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By Editage Insights | January 13, 2017
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Researchers create the most tightly knotted physical structure ever
A team of researchers at The University of Manchester led by Professor David Leigh in Manchester's School of Chemistry have been successful in producing the most complex regular woven molecule. They braided multiple molecular strands such that the tightest knot has eight crossings in a 192-atom... Read More
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By Editage Insights | January 06, 2017
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Artificial spider silk that can heal wounds and deliver drugs
A collaborative effort by Professor Neil Thomas from the School of Chemistry and Dr. Sara Goodacre from the School of Life Sciences and their teams has led to the development of antibiotic synthetic spider silk. The two teams worked for five years to produce functionalized spider silk synthesized... Read More
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By Editage Insights | August 04, 2016
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Roboticist develops a 3D food printer that prints edible items
Professor Hod Lipso, a roboticist at Columbia Engineering who works in the areas of artificial intelligence and digital manufacturing, has along with his students developed a prototype of a 3D food printer. This machine, which resembles a coffee machine, is able to generate edible items such as... Read More

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