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Wyss Startup to combat marine fouling

The days of algae, mussels and barnacles attaching themselves to boats and other submerged structures may be numbered thanks to SLIPS, a fully-slippery “liquid-like” material


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    • sepsis fiber spleen

      Wyss Institute launches startup to commercialize its pathogen-extracting sepsis therapy

      The new company will ready the Institute’s approach to treat sepsis for clinical use and seek to develop an extracorporeal medical device that removes pathogens and toxins from circulating blood of sepsis patients

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  • bioprinting

    Inventors of 3D-printed tissue constructs recognized

    David Kolesky, a graduate researcher advised by Wyss Core Faculty member Jennifer Lewis, is a finalist in the Collegiate Inventors Competition for a 3D bioprinting method that can print vascularized tissue constructs

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  • jellyfish

    The Trouble
    with Jellyfish


    This exhibition, the 20th experiment of Le Laboratoire Cambridge, explores jellyfish as seen historically through culture and the marine biological challenges associated with them

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We've won a Webby Award!

Wyss Institute is proud to announce our win in the 2012
Webby Awards in the Science category.