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RE: Engineering Radio is a podcast reinventing how we talk about research. Produced by the University of Michigan College of Engineering,

United States
4 episodes
since 31 mai 2019


U-M researchers developed a way to make large numbers of human embryo-like structures that have the potential to solve hard problems in maternal and child health. Batches of these structures could help screen medications for safety during early pregnancy, for example, and shed light on the causes of both birth defects and multiple miscarriages.In this episode of RE: Engineering Radio, Michigan Engineering's Kate McAlpine details this new method for studying embryonic development—one that also poses tough questions.A paper on the work has been accepted to Nature. Enjoying RE: Engineering Radio so far? Rate, review and subscribe to receive notifications when new episodes go live!Apple Podcasts: https://umicheng.in/EngineeringPodSpotify: https://umicheng.in/EngineeringPodSpotifyGoogle Play: https://umicheng.in/EngineeringPodGoogleSoundCloud: https://umicheng.in/EngineeringPodSoundCloud


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