How Seaweed Could Prove To Be The Secret To Healing Brain Tissue Damaged By Stroke Or Trauma, RMIT University Study

Published: Sep 15, 2017

Australian researchers have successfully used the properties of seaweed to develop a way to help heal brain tissue damaged by stroke or trauma.

Dr Richard Williams from RMIT University and Associate Professor David Nisbet from the ANU have created a "hydrogel scaffold" which stops scar tissue forming but promotes healing at the same time.

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