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Nenad Bursac
Nenad Bursac, Duke Biomedical Engineering

Lab-Grown Muscle Bundles: Glimpse of the Future?

 Engineered muscles prove themselve to be self-healing.

If the nervous system turns out to work like the vascular system, it’s possible these kinds of muscle transplants could be used to repair localized injuries.

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Nenad Bursac

Lab-Grown Muscle Bundles: Glimpse of the Future?

April 24, 2014
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Supernova exciting, but no neutrinos expected

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Fishes Need Hugs Too!

December 20, 2013
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Tigers May Still Come Roaring Back

November 1, 2013
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Mahato Visualization Contest

See all the entries in the first-ever Abhijit Mahato Memorial Scientific Visualization Challenge

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Duke the latest U.S. campus to make academic research available online for free, a concept gaining momentum this fall. http://goo.gl/FXqG

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“We should not assume people are rational,” says @danariely in a businessweek.com article: http://ow.ly/1ddvP

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Creating Safe Drinking Water in Haiti

Global health students studied the problem, educated Haitians. See their pictures on Flickr.

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