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  • If you are in the Durham | Raleigh | Chapel Hill area this weekend and like skateboarding, you should come on by.¬†

  • The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Smithsonian Magazine

    In what is called “Body on a Chip” technology, members of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine use 4 small scale lab engineered organs, heart, liver, lung and blood vessels on red chips, linked by tubes circulating a blood substitute, to test the effects of various pathogens, medicines and chemicals on the human body.

  • 3D Printing of Human Organs for Smithsonian Magazine

    One of the 3D printers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine works to print out an ear scaffold. In the future, the Institute hopes to germinate the scaffolds with living cells to produce transplantable body parts.

  • 3D Printed Body Parts for Smithsonian Magazine¬†

    February 11, 2015. Winston Salem, North Carolina.
    Using 3D printers, the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine creates scaffolds of body parts. In the near future, living cells will be introduced onto the scaffolds, allowing them to become transplantable body parts.

    STORY

  • Dr. Anthony Atala for Smithsonian Magazine

    He is pioneering the use of 3D printing to make human organs…..

    Story here

    More photos next week

    Thanks for the call Brendan