Engineers at the University of Sheffield have developed a new technique to graft a biodegradable disc loaded with stem cells onto damaged eyes.
Using a combination of techniques known as microstereolithography and electrospinning, the researchers made a disc of biodegradable material that can be fixed over the cornea. The disc is loaded with stem cells that multiply, allowing the body to heal the eye naturally.
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