Technology Linking tiny organs to test drugs
Nov 5 - Researchers at Harvard's Wyss Institute are developing technology to link computer chip-sized human organs together. They hope to create an artificial human body that will provide pharmaceutical companies with a powerful new tool to develop and test new drugs. Ben Gruber has more.
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