What a time to be alive.
It’s kind of like a ceramics wheel, but instead of pottery, you get a hydrogel tube of artificial tissue.
Sometimes a story is too good to be true.
The future of regenerative medicine now includes organs that can self-assemble inside of you.
Neurons made from stem cells integrated just fine in mouse brains, offering hope for replacement therapies.
Researchers made the first lab-grown epidermis, which could be used to test drugs and cosmetics.
A new company is developing technology to print tissue-like materials for surgery and drug testing.
From vaginas to noses - what a week for regenerative medicine.
After receiving the organs, which were "hand-sewn into a vagina-like shape," patients reported completely normal function several years later.