The technology Tissue Nanotransfection can repair injured legs with just one touch. Treatment takes less than a second and does not have any known side effects. Here's how it works.
Biotech August 8, 2017
Marking a new advancement in biohacking to add traction in regenerative medicine, scientists at the University of Ottawa have grown human tissues on apples. It shows plant kingdom offers affordable open source materials vis-à-vis costly organic methods.
Biotech March 20, 2017
The world’s first embryo grown in a lab offers groundbreaking insight into early embryonic development, with unparalleled potential in reproductive medicine. This breakthrough may pave the way for advancements in IVF and stem cell therapy.
Biotech March 3, 2017
Researchers from Sweden reported success in growing spider silk in the lab by aping the natural process. This has led to the production of kilometer-long threads that resembled natural spider silk.
Material Science January 12, 2017
Scientist use light to manipulate cells in the body in a technique that could drive regenerative medicine to new heights. Technology could drive healing "on demand."
December 18, 2014
British and Japanese scientists have found a method to bring back human stem cells to their pristine developmental state. The discovery becomes a significant milestone in regenerative medicine.
LIFE September 14, 2014
Human stem cells can form into organs, blood and brains, given a little help from chemicals and geometry.
Healthy Living/Wellness July 5, 2014
Researchers employed a seemingly outlandish way of regenerating muscles in patients who sustained traumatic injuries: they used a material from a pig's bladder.
LIFE May 4, 2014