New Cell Separator With Humble Beginnings Could Revolutionize Medical Advances In Cancer And Alzheimer’s Research, University of Surrey Reveals

Published: May 09, 2017

A new cell separator that began life as a tinfoil and epoxy glue prototype built with supplies from a University shop could revolutionise stem-cell and regenerative cell-based therapies.

Biomedical Engineers, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, at the University of Surrey developed the new cell separator -- which could help medical advances into cancer and Alzheimer's disease research. This is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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