Northwestern University scientists announced at the Endocrine Society’s national meeting early this month they had 3D-printed prosthetic ovaries that enabled mice — whose natural ovaries had been surgically removed — to ovulate, give birth and nurse.
Researchers hope the advancement will help women who lost fertility or hormone function after cancer treatments or who were born with reduced ovarian function.
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When Flexera Software moved its headquarters from Schaumburg to Itasca in 2014, it wanted a space that spoke to its high-tech roots but still looked more grown-up than a startup office. Dana Sacks, senior vice president of human resources, took Blue Sky for a tour.