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Actuation system for flexible medical robots

Stanford researchers have designed a compact, lightweight, modular actuation and control system for driving a class of flexible medical robots called concentric tube robots. A key feature of the design is the use of 3D printed waffle gears to enable compa...
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Engineered EGF polypeptides for improved epidermal and epithelial wound healing

When skin is damaged, the body releases EGF into the area. The presence of EGF attracts nearby connective tissue cells called fibroblasts. The EGF then signals the fibroblasts to begin producing collagen in the area of the wound to build the foundation of...
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