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NIBIB-grantee Robert Langer wins the Kyoto Prize for his role as one of the founders of the field of tissue engineering and his development of innovative and unique drug delivery technologies for the controlled release of medicines to directly target tumors and disease sites.
The Kyoto Prize Symposium is now in full flower in San Diego, highlighting Japan’s highest international award for honoring the people who have made signif
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NIBIB's 60 Seconds of Science playlist now has Spanish subtitles. Learn about how PET scans work in Spanish!
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NIBIB-grantee Bob Langer is generating the equivalent of a small country’s economy out of a single lab at MIT; his more than 1,080 patents have helped launch or enabled more than 300 pharma, chemical, biotech, and medical device companies. Learn more about his research here:
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NIBIB-funded researchers have developed a new technique to create tissue-engineered bladders--decreasing scarring and significantly increase tissue growth. Learn more at NIBIB:
NIH-funded study finds a way to create tissue and minimize immune response. A new technique to create tissue-engineered bladders has been shown to decrease scarring and significantly increase tissue growth. The bladders are produced using scaffolds coated with anti-inflammatory peptides.
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16 finalists have been selected for phase 1 of NIH’s “Follow that Cell” challenge, which asked innovators to generate solutions for predicting the behavior of a single cell in complex tissue over time. Learn more about their creative solutions:http://www.nih.gov/news/health/mar2015/nibib-16.htm
Challenge seeks new tools to enable researchers to predict the behavior and function of a single cell in complex tissue
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Celebrate Biomedical Data Science with the NIH on Pi Day Eve! 3-13-15 ‪#‎NIH_PiDay‬
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NIBIB-grantee Rohit Bhargava and his team at the University of Illinois, one infrared scan can give pathologists a window into the structures and molecules inside tissues and cells, enabling fast and broad diagnostic assessments. Learn more:
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Today President Obama welcomes young scientists and engineers from across the country to showcase their inventions, robots, and discoveries at the 2015 White House Science Fair! Learn more at whitehouse.gov:
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NIBIB's 60 Seconds of Science video series now has Spanish subtitles. Check out how an MRI works in Spanish!
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Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) has become one of the most well known imaging agents in biomedical research. Learn about how far fluorescent imaging has come and what it can help reveal about cancer at NIBIB:
Offers broad potential for medical diagnostics, tracking response to therapy. NIBIB-funded researchers have developed a dual-imaging molecular sensor using an organic polymer that allows both magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and near-infrared fluorescence imaging of tissues in the body.
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A team of scientists from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History have used CT to gain new understanding about the evolutionary history of whale hearing.
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Have you ever been curious about how cells repair holes, tears, and other structural damage? Watch a video and learn more at the ‪#‎NIH‬ Director's Blog:
Bill Bement describes himself as a guy who “passionately, obsessively, and almost feverishly” loves to study cells. His excitement comes through in our final installment of the American Society for...
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