While previous structures guessed at the environment that cells would want, the new design lets the cells build to their own specifications.
Patient cancer cells reliably grow on new 3D scaffold, showing promise for precision medicine
Shoe-box size breath-analyzer spots deadly lung disease faster, more accurately than doctors
The device could also be used to detect other diseases such as pneumonia, sepsis, asthma and others associated with lung or systemic blood inflammation.
Injectable ‘bone spackling’: A cell therapy approach to heal complex fractures
A Q&A with biomedical engineering professor Jan Stegemann, whose work in mice shows the promise of ‘microtissues.’
An EpiPen for spinal cord injuries
U-M researchers have designed nanoparticles that intercept immune cells on their way to the spinal cord and redirect them away from the injury.
Crackling and wheezing are more than just a sign of sickness
Re-thinking what stethoscopes tell us.
A step toward recovering reproduction in girls who survive childhood cancer
New approach can boost ovarian follicle survival in mice by up to 75 percent.