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Research and Innovation

Innovative Diagnostics: Detecting Different STIs in One Setting

It is estimated that STIs contribute to more than 1 million deaths every year. A large percentage of those fatalities are concentrated in countries lacking proper diagnostic infrastructures. The screening of sexually transmitted infections continues to lag behind technological possibilities. Patients…


Tissue Engineering Breakthrough: Repairing Organ Tissue Non-Invasively

One of the most promising ways to repair damage to internal organ tissue is the implantation of a lab-grown tissue patch. This tissue patch is compatible with the donor's cells, the patient, and is lab-grown on a scaffold over a period of time. This regenerative technique is successful in repairing…


3D Bioprinting and Valve Replacement

Every year, thousands of patients are diagnosed with heart valve disease, with many needing life-saving surgery to treat the condition. According to recent news, scientists at the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute are working…


The World's First 3D-Printed Functioning Ovaries

The unfortunate consequences of cancer treatment and other conditions to female fertility have called for an area of research aiming to safeguard the vitality of the female reproductive system. The latest development comes in the form of a 3D-printed ovary that can successfully replace the natural…


A Step Closer to 'Remote Mind Control'

Stimulation of deep brain structures through technological means is currently achieved in a several ways, invasive and non-invasive. The most widespread methods have some advantages and applications, but also downsides. Deep brain stimulation—already in use for three decades—involves the surgical…