USING UNCONVENTIONAL MATERIALS, LIKE ICE AND EGGSHELLS, AS SCAFFOLDS TO GROW TISSUES

Researchers explore recent efforts to use everyday materials like ice, paper, and spinach as tissue scaffolds. These unconventional materials, they argue, are more functional, more sustainable, and less expensive, as well as being available around the globe and applicable to many areas of biomedical research.

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