Tissue Engineering for Life

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Take a voyage inside the human body to learn about Regenerative Medicine!

What is tissue engineering? Why is it important?

This visually-rich film includes 3 features: Dr. Allevable’s Unbelievable Lab, Regenerobot and the Robot Science Fair, and Tissue Engineering for Life.

With these videos, learners of all ages can journey into the vast and spectacular universe of the human body. There, discover how regenerative medicine can revolutionize and speed healing of diseased or damaged tissue resulting from injuries, like bone breaks, skin burns and heart attacks. Produced in partnership with the Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative, Tissue Engineering for Life was one of the Carnegie Science Center’ first planetarium shows to explore the human body!

Resource Contact:
Pollock, John A – PhD