Could A Robot Be Used To Grow New Human Cells? The UK Regulator Thinks So
Stem cell therapies have the potential to treat a vast range of conditions, from forms of blindness to Parkinson’s disease, but manufacturing these products is difficult. The UK medtech regulator is exploring whether a robot could solve this problem.
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