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Biomedical engineer Jenni Popp with NISTs prototype bioreactor for tissue engineering. The bioreactor both stimulates and evaluates engineered tissue as it grows.
See also www.nist.gov/mml/materials_reliability/bioreactor-050212.cfm
Credit: James Burrus/NIST
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