The Skin Synthesizers
How functionally polarized full-thickness tissue regeneration, artificial intelligence and advanced 3D printing hold the keys to advanced wound repair.
Jonathan James | | Longer Read
The regenerative medicine battleground is littered with the corpses of failed companies and concepts – perhaps an unavoidable consequence of fighting at the boundaries of current scientific understanding and technology. The field of wound healing is no exception, with researchers struggling to translate promising in vitro data into patient care.
Here, we present two stories of researchers who, despite the challenges, continue to push the limits of what’s possible by embracing technological advances and following long-held dreams.
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