Search results for bone tissue engineering


Mapping brain repair and remodeling after stroke

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have cataloged the cellular response to stroke in a preclinical model, identifying the immune cells involved and the roles they may play in the days and weeks following a stroke.

Radiology & Imaging

Breakthrough X-ray technology goes from concept to medical standard

Detecting a deadly tumor as early as possible is vital to stopping its spread. However, creating the solution doesn't necessarily solve the problem—it needs to be widely adopted by medical professionals. That's why standards ...

Biomedical technology

Sound waves harden 3D-printed treatments in deep tissues

Engineers at Duke University and Harvard Medical School have developed a bio-compatible ink that solidifies into different 3D shapes and structures by absorbing ultrasound waves. Because it responds to sound waves rather ...

Biomedical technology

Inspired by mussels: Printable adhesives for tissues and bones

Titanium hip implants do not last forever—they gradually loosen, sooner or later losing their hold on the bone as it recedes over time. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP have been ...

Biomedical technology

Infection-resistant, 3D-printed metals developed for implants

A novel surgical implant developed by Washington State University researchers was able to kill 87% of the bacteria that cause staph infections in laboratory tests, while remaining strong and compatible with surrounding tissue ...

page 1 from 40