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Experimental tools to clean infected blood raise hope for fighting major killer

STAT News reports on technologies developed to combat sepsis, including a pathogen-extracting therapeutic device developed by Opsonix, a startup launched by the Wyss Institute in the fall of 2015


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From the Newsroom

    • cell sheet

      A guide to CRISPR
      gene activation

      Wyss researchers have published a comparison of the most commonly used synthetic CRISPR-Cas9 gene activators in different cell types from humans, mice and flies, providing a valuable new guide in research and development of therapeutic approaches

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  • cell sheet

    Robobees use static cling to perch on surfaces

    The flying microrobots developed by Wyss Core Faculty member Robert Wood can now perch during their flight – like bats, birds or butterflies – in order to save energy

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  • Precise bioengineering

    May 23, 2016

    Alvaro Mata will present novel self-assembling and printing technologies enabling the fabrication of 2D and 3D bioactive and/or biomimetic materials for potential application in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and in vitro models.

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