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Two Duke biomedical engineers are transforming human tissue growth research

(11/27/19 7:33am)

Tucked away in the Engineering Quad, students and scientists watch as syringes pump out a steady stream of translucent beads, no more than 90 microns in diameter. These beads are made of hyaluronic acid, and will soon be manipulated to form a hydrogel, or a synthetic microenvironment for human tissue growth.