Knowing how cells move through different tissues in the body could be useful in treating conditions from cancer to autoimmune disorders. A new technique developed by Brown researchers can track cell movement in complex environments that mimic actual body tissues
Extracellular matrix is the material that gives tissues their strength and stretch. It’s been hard to make well in the lab, but a Brown University team reports new success. The key was creating a culture environment that guided cells to make ECM themselves.
Four undergraduate biomedical engineers travelled to the annual meeting of the national Biomedical Engineering Society in Tampa, Florida October 7th-10th. At the conference, attendees presented research done at Brown to a national audience of academic professionals.