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November 14th, 2005
Dr. Molly Stevens's research has made exciting advances in both the fields of tissue engineering and nanotechnology. In particular, her team has been able to engineer large quantities of bone, using a novel approach which uses the body as a "bioreactor". The researchers hope this method could be used to generate new bone for transplantation into patients.
In the field of nanotechnology, her team has found new ways to design and control molecules to create new dynamic nano-materials, biosensors and drug delivery systems.
Imperial College London
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