June 2014: 3

Building Tiny Human Organs Could Lead To Big Medical Advances
Includes slide of 3D printed liver that resembles a contact lens
WBUR Here and Now — June 16, 2014

 Keeping Healthy Bacteria Happy
“Intestinal enzyme helps maintain microbial balance”
Sue McGreevey, Harvard Medical News — May 14, 2014

Research details how developing neurons sense a chemical cue
Rockefeller University Newswire, Science News — May 30, 2014

Scientists capture most detailed images yet of tiny cellular machines
Kelly April Tyrrell, University of Wisconsin-Madison Science News — June 2, 2014

Stem cell progeny tell their parents when to turn on
Rockefeller University Newswire, Science News — May 8, 2014

Unlocking the potential of stem cells to repair brain damage
Queensland University of Technology Health News — June 4, 2014

Environment

New UGA research engineers microbes for the direct conversion of biomass to fuel
Alan Flurry, University of Georgia News — June 2, 2014

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