Scientists speed up artificial organoid growth and selection

The method currently used to produce stem cell-derived tissues has a very limited throughput. By semi-automating tissue differentiation, researchers from MIPT and Harvard have made the process nearly four times faster without compromising on quality. Presented in Translational Vision Science & Technology, the new algorithm is also useful for analyzing…

Stem cell growth accelerated by tropoelastin protein

Tropoelastin, the raw material used to create ‘MeTro’ elastic surgical glue developed with the University of Sydney, has been found to encourage stem cell growth—with the potential to ultimately help the body repair itself. Stem cells are vital for therapeutic treatments to repair and build human tissue including skin and…