Amy Wagers, investigator at Boston-based Joslin Diabetes Center and assistant professor of pathology at Harvard Medical School, explains the regenerative power of young blood.
Stem cell advance will help drug development.
Such microorganisms might make environmental sensors or drug delivery systems.
This video shows dendritic cells moving through a chemical gradient in a microfluidic device. This component will be used to connect skin cells to an artificial lymph node, and mimic an allergic response. Once complete, the whole test might allow for the elimination of skin allergy testing on animals.
Maynard Ramsey, the chief executive officer and chief scientist at CardioCommand, a Tampa, FL-based medical device company, demonstrates a new device to halt hemorrhaging. It is a balloon-based device, 12.25 inches long and .5 inches in diameter prior to deployment, that is inserted into a wound and inflated in less than 90 seconds.
A simple method may solve the problem of getting stuff into cells.
High-tech ways to meet fitness goals.
Engineers are designing a helmet that could protect the spine from serious injury.
Stanley N. Lapidus, founder and chairman of Helicos Biosciences, talks about his decision to have his genome sequenced and the results made public as part of George Church’s Personal Genome Project.
Douglas Smith mechanically stretches living nerves to grow resilient transplants.