Innovation in Medicine

Researchers create Cyborg Cells—natural-artificial cell hybrids

Research scientist using digital tablet to browse internet and find biochemistry discovery. Female chemist working with device to create pharmaceutical cure, microbiology experiment.

Natural and artificial cells are useful for research, with each having different pros and cons. In research published in Advanced Science, investigators recently created a hybrid called Cyborg Cells that have the engineering simplicity of synthetic materials and the complex functionalities of natural cells.

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