The animal-free meat could be on shelves in three to four years. Continue reading →
The ear could be grown to repair faces disfigured in battle or accidents and also help people born without ears or with ear deformities.
This controversial area of research has become much easier thanks to advances in stem-cell biology and gene-editing techniques. Continue reading →
Vocal cord tissue grown from just a few cells may give hope to people who have lost the ability to speak.
The tissue could replace animals in drug toxicity tests.
A ball of central nervous system tissue could be an inexpensive and 3-D testbed for biomedical research. Continue reading →
Researchers have grown the world's first almost fully formed human brain in Petri dish. Continue reading →
An ear implanted in this man's arm years ago will be connected to the Internet so people can hear and track his movements.
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