Cotton Candy and Artificial Blood Vessels




Vanderbilt University mechanical engineer Leon Bellan is working to create artificial human capillary blood vessels using cotton candy and gelatin. His goal is for researchers to use these man-made capillaries to help keep artificial organs and other tissues alive, which could dramatically impact the field of regenerative medicine.
Source: Vanderbilt University
Read more: sciencealert.com & engineering.vanderbilt.edu
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