Robotic Study Could Lead to Quicker Regenerative Medicine Research

The study of robotics has been known to yield benefits for humans in a variety of ways; however, a new research study suggests possible benefits but on a different scale.

Apparently, the University of Washington has revealed that research with robots has produced a way to grow mini-organs thanks to stem cells taken from a human.  This robotic approach might accelerate research in regenerative medicine as well as drug discovery.

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