A KAIST research team develops a novel “bone bandage” material for cracked bones​

From The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 07/02/24 Bone regeneration is a complex process, and existing methods to aid regeneration including transplants and growth factor transmissions face limitations such as the high cost. But recently, a piezoelectric material that can promote the growth of bone tissue has been developed. A KAIST research […]

Scientists build tiny biological robots from human cells

From Tufts University 05/12/23 Researchers at Tufts University and Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have created tiny biological robots that they call Anthrobots from human tracheal cells. These Anthrobots can move across a surface and have been found to encourage the growth of neurons across a region of damage in a lab dish. The multicellular robots, […]