Suspended cell gardens | 15.05.2017

 

Biologist Alexandre Bruni-Cardoso, professor at the Chemistry Institute of the University of São Paulo (IQ-USP), tells how 3D cell cultures, associated to state-of-the-art microscopy techniques, help further understanding on organs and tissues.

Subtitles in English are available.

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