Category Archives: synthetic biology

Brace + Erase: Synthetic Humans in Fact and Fiction [video]

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine I don’t generally use this blog to pimp my own projects — I’ve done it once (and even there I included relevant research papers). But my long-standing … Continue reading

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Artificial neurotransmitters in mental diseases treatment

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine This is a media release, not an article.  Read it here.

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Artificial intestine to treat youths’ bowel disorder

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Potential gene therapy technique uses artificial chromosomes

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Kidney please! 3D printed prosthetics [with video]

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Stanford joins BrainGate team developing brain-computer interface to aid people with paralysis

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Artificial Muscles Created Out of Stem Cells

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The Reality of 3D-Printed Body Parts

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Research funded for artificial intestine

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Synthetic Skin Could Replace Need For Animal Testing

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