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From heart patches to micromotors that deliver medicine directly to the stomach lining, new materials are being bioengineered to heal the body.
Dr. Sebastian Giwa discusses the challenges and strategies related to organ preservation.
With more patients needing transplants than available organs, organ banking is a way that can help more patients get the organs they desperately need.
Mechanical engineers have the know-how to push back the boundaries of cryopreservation of human tissues.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have combined a muscle from a sea slug’s mouth as well as bundles of its neurons and nerves with flexible 3D printed components to build biohybrid robots that inches forward.
Engineering software helps design and machine human bone for transplantation.
From prosthetics to cartilage and tissue engineering, 3D printing is helping address some of today’s biomedical challenges.
Placing 3D-printed tissue in a custom bioreactor could help biomedical engineers build solid organs.