UVision Logo


HKU biomedical engineers develop new cartilage regeneration technology to grow cartilage

HKU research team led by Dr Barbara Chan, Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has developed a new cartilage regeneration technology to grow cartilage tissues out of cells taken from one's body. The cartilage regeneration technology can be applied in treating sports injuries and trauma, and have the potential to extend to other cartilage diseases including osteoarthritis and degeneration.

 See more details

 Registry (CPAO)

 28th December, 2015

#BarbaraChan #CartilageRegeneration #Engineering #GROW #HKU #Research #Sport #Technology


Suggested Videos

Knowledge Exchange Video: New Cartilage Regeneration TechnologyHKU Innovator AwardOutstanding Young Researcher Award 2019-2020 - Dr KWOK Ka WaiOutstanding Young Researcher Award 2019-2020 - Dr CHEN YueHKU Edible SpacesGROW FOOD - RIGHT HERE AT HKU! Where flowers grow and knowledge flows in 3D videoHighlights of the Honorary University Fellowships 2022Highlights of the HKU HKU DeepTech100 is now open for application!

Leave a Comment

Check Spelling

1 + 3 =

Post a New Comment

* Required field
The U-Vision Video Composer service has been retired. HKU staff and students are eligible to use TechSmith Camtasia with site license for offline video editing. More details in ITS website: https://moodle-support.hku.hk/camtasia-site-license-staff-and-students