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Human cerebral organoids — a new tool for clinical neurology research

Human cerebral organoids — a new tool for clinical neurology research | Nature Reviews Neurology

Replay unveils eye-focused Eudora, its first of 4 HSV gene therapy companies coming down the line

Replay unveils eye-focused Eudora, its first of 4 HSV gene therapy companies coming down the line | Fierce Biotech

Gilead, fueled by latest approval, sees CAR-T sales take off

After a slow start, Gilead’s CAR-T business is growing fast, enabling it to pull ahead of rival cell therapy developers.

Gilead, fueled by latest approval, sees CAR-T sales take off | BioPharma Dive

A single injection of Unity's anti-aging hypothesis bears fruit in PhII, as pivotal plans shape up

A single injection of Unity's anti-aging hypothesis bears fruit in PhII, as pivotal plans shape up – Endpoints News (endpts.com)

Bioinspired robots walk, swim, slither and fly

Engineers look to nature for ideas on how to make robots move through the world.

Bioinspired robots walk, swim, slither and fly (nature.com)

CNS remyelination and inflammation: From basic mechanisms to therapeutic opportunities

CNS remyelination and inflammation: From basic mechanisms to therapeutic opportunities: Neuron (cell.com)

Bioelectronic medicine: Preclinical insights and clinical advances

Bioelectronic medicine: Preclinical insights and clinical advances: Neuron (cell.com)

Allogene completes Shanghai facility to manufacture CAR-T products

Allogene completes Shanghai facility to manufacture CAR-T products – Endpoints News (endpts.com)

The shape-shifting blobs that shook up cell biology

More than a decade ago, scientists started finding peculiar droplets inside cells. Now researchers are trying to work out how these ubiquitous beads form and what they do.

The shape-shifting blobs that shook up cell biology (nature.com)

After the First Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant, Scientists Look to the Future of Cardiac Xenotransplantation

After the First Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant, Scientists Look to the Future of Cardiac Xenotransplantation | Cardiology | JAMA | JAMA Network

Here’s why we’re not prepared for the next wave of biotech innovation

This is biology's century. We're not ready for it (statnews.com)

THIS IMPLANT TURNS BRAIN WAVES INTO WORDS

A brain-computer interface deciphers commands intended for the vocal tract

This Implant Turns Brain Waves Into Words - IEEE Spectrum

AlphaFold’s new rival? Meta AI predicts shape of 600 million proteins

Microbial molecules from soil, seawater and human bodies are among the planet’s least understood.

AlphaFold’s new rival? Meta AI predicts shape of 600 million proteins (nature.com)

New Nanoparticle Technology Triggers Immune Response in Cancer

New Nanoparticle Technology Triggers Immune Response in Cancer | Inside Precision Medicine

Reciprocal regulation of mesenchymal stem cells and immune responses

Reciprocal regulation of mesenchymal stem cells and immune responses: Cell Stem Cell

Abeona to submit cell therapy for approval after positive results for skin disorder treatment

The company said its therapy for recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa helped heal wounds and reduce pain in a late-stage trial.

Abeona to submit cell therapy for approval after positive results for skin disorder treatment | BioPharma Dive

Neurological Disorders May Be Treated by Gene Therapy Approach

Neurological Disorders May Be Treated by Gene Therapy Approach | Inside Precision Medicine

Here’s how personalized brain stimulation could treat depression

Implants that track and optimize our brain activity are on the way.

Here's how personalized brain stimulation could treat depression | MIT Technology Review