Image of the Day: Biomimetic Arteries
Image of the Day: Biomimetic Arteries
A newly engineered synthetic blood vessel offers a novel platform for developing drugs that treat high blood pressure.
Image of the Day: Biomimetic Arteries
Image of the Day: Biomimetic Arteries

A newly engineered synthetic blood vessel offers a novel platform for developing drugs that treat high blood pressure.

A newly engineered synthetic blood vessel offers a novel platform for developing drugs that treat high blood pressure.

bioengineering
Natural Killer Cell Therapies Catch Up to CAR T
Natural Killer Cell Therapies Catch Up to CAR T
Bianca Nogrady | Apr 1, 2020
There’s a new cell-based cancer immunotherapy on the block.
Image of the Day: Lumbar Support
Image of the Day: Lumbar Support
Amy Schleunes | Mar 24, 2020
An experimental tissue engineering treatment that addresses damage at both the inner core and outer ring of sheep intervertebral discs improves spinal structure and function.
Patients Try Most Intuitive Hand Prosthetics Yet in Pilot Trial
Patients Try Most Intuitive Hand Prosthetics Yet in Pilot Trial
Abby Olena | Mar 5, 2020
Researchers and clinicians make small muscle grafts into the arms of amputees to amplify the signals from their peripheral nerves, which then direct the movement of a robotic hand.
Image of the Day: Synthetic Scaffolds
Image of the Day: Synthetic Scaffolds
Amy Schleunes | Feb 27, 2020
Three-dimensional polymer matrices offer researchers a new representation of the extracellular matrix that can be used to study the growth of cancer cells.
Algorithm Designs Robots Using Frog Cells
Algorithm Designs Robots Using Frog Cells
Emma Yasinski | Jan 13, 2020
Scientists carve the shapes from piles of frog cells, like a sculptor building a statue.
Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication
Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication
Kerry Grens | Dec 9, 2019
A 3-D printed rabbit is made from a blueprint stored in DNA, which itself is stored in a printed rabbit.
Opinion: Interdisciplinary Approach Needed to Crack Morphogenesis
Opinion: Interdisciplinary Approach Needed to Crack Morphogenesis
Joshua Finkelstein, Kelly McLaughlin, and Michael Levin | Dec 1, 2019
Physicists, geneticists, computer scientists, and biologists are working together to gain a full appreciation of the intricacies of organismal growth and form.
How 3-D Printing Could Help Shape Surgery
How 3-D Printing Could Help Shape Surgery
Sarah Webb | Jul 2, 2019
Technology is enabling increasingly lifelike models of organs to help doctors practice operations.
The Hunt for Electrically Active Microbes
The Hunt for Electrically Active Microbes
Shawna Williams | Jun 1, 2019
A new portable instrument could help to lure useful bugs in from the wild.