EMBL News

beta

Tissue engineering Archives | EMBL

Kristina Haase

Welcome: Kristina Haase

Kristina Haase brings an engineer’s perspective to vascular disease and regenerative medicine

By Cella Carr

Science

Top view picture of modified and natural invagination in a tissue

Controlling organ growth with light

The De Renzis group investigated invagination, the first step of organ development in embryos.

By Patrick Mueller

Science

Three examples of the tissue shapes the team created. The black and white square, circle and triangle on the left correspond to the cells that were illuminated. On the right, three fruit fly embryos are shown in cyan, magenta and yellow, demonstrating how the illuminated cells folded inwards after the light-activation. IMAGE: Stefano De Renzis, EMBL

Constructing new tissue shapes with light

EMBL researchers guide the shape of cells and tissues with optogenetics

By Iris Kruijen

Science

EMBLetc.

Read the latest Issues of our magazine - EMBLetc.

Looking for past print editions of EMBLetc.? Browse our archive, going back 20 years.

EMBLetc. archive

Follow us

Edit