Wyss researchers has electrifying insights into how bodies form

A researcher is reviving the study of bioelectricity to learn how cells communicate with each other to form tissues and organs, and how harnessing those signals could one day lead to truly regenerative medicine, in which amputees could simply regrow limbs.

Lindsay Brownell | July 26, 2019 | harvard
~17 mins   

Tags: science-technology amputees bioelectricity mike-levin regenerative-medicine wyss-institute-for-biologically-inspired-engineering-at-harvard-university

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