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Monday, August 11, 2008

MEMS-based Device Proposed By Draper Researchers Could Improve Bioartificial Kidney Technology

Jeff Borenstein, director of Draper’s Biomedical Engineering Center, and Eli Weinberg, a former Draper Fellow, are authors of a new study proposing a MEMS-based bioartificial device that could replicate the function of a single nephron. Their design could present a large improvement in bioartificial kidney technology.

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