Here’s a video that explains the scientific background of the computational cardiac model of the heart, also some of the intriguing scientific visualizations of simulations using a rabbit heart.
Here’s a brilliant video by Dr. Lawrence Bonassar from Cornell University, demonstrating how he created cartilage using a 3D Printer and “ink” composed of living cells.
Happy New Year! So, 2011 had gone past, I found plenty of biomedical technology news which I couldn’t blog about. Let me share those bookmarks today…
The NIH National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research (NCSRR) at Stanford University offers an amazing open-source software for musculoskeletal modeling and dynamic simulations of human body.
An international team of surgeons carried out the first successful synthetic transplantation in Sweden. A new trachea, or windpipe, was made from a synthetic scaffold covered with the patient’s own stem cells.
Here is a groundbreaking biomedical talk on Printing a Human Kidney at TED Conference by Dr. Anthony Atala. He demonstrates a nascent tissue engineering experiment that has the ability to solve the organ-donor problem..