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  1. Reconstructive surgery tech

    Born in an engineering class, now the ‘arterial everter’ has been licensed to Baxter.

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  2. Electricity, eel-style: Soft power cells could run tomorrow’s implantables

    Device generates over 100 volts from saltwater.

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  3. Artificial cartilage made from Kevlar mimics the magic of the real thing

    In spite of being 80 percent water, cartilage is tough stuff. Now, a synthetic material can pack even more H2O without compromising on strength.

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  4. Nanoparticles can limit inflammation by distracting the immune system

    White blood cells get busy taking out the trash – it could be a lifesaver when the immune system goes haywire.

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  5. Fighting cancer with cancer: 3D cultured cells could drive precision therapy

    U-M researchers have devised a process that can grow hundreds of cultured cancer cell masses, called spheroids, from just a few tumor cells derived from a patient.

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  6. Closest look yet at killer T-cell activity could yield new approach to tackling antibiotic resistance

    An in-depth look at the work of T-cells, the body’s bacteria killers, could provide a roadmap to effective drug treatments.

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  7. Printed meds could reinvent pharmacies, drug research

    A new process can print multiple medications onto a single dissolvable strip, microneedle patch or other surface.

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  8. “Labyrinth” chip could help monitor aggressive cancer stem cells

    A breast cancer clinical trial relies on a hydrodynamic maze to capture cancer stem cells from patient blood.

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  9. Bionic heart tissue: U-Michigan part of $20M center

    Scar tissue left over from heart attacks creates dead zones that don’t beat. Bioengineered patches could fix that.

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  10. Reading cancer’s chemical clues

    A nanoparticle-assisted optical imaging technique could one day read the chemical makeup of a tumor.

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