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Старая часть города Клайпеды Парк скульптур - Клайпеда.

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Куршская коса - Клайпеда.

Куршская коса - Клайпеда.

Professor Vladimir Mironov is reading the lecture about 3D bioprinting. The Scientific supervisor of the 3D Bioprinting Solutions Laboratory, professor Vladimir Mironov–a tissue engineer, the author of the first publication of the organ printing, the co-author of some patents, a recognized expert of robotic biofabrication, continues a series of lectures on regenerative medicine and technology of three-dimensional bioprinting.

Professor Vladimir Mironov is reading the lecture about 3D bioprinting. The Scientific supervisor of the 3D Bioprinting Solutions Laboratory, professor Vladimir Mironov–a tissue engineer, the author of the first publication of the organ printing, the co-author of some patents, a recognized expert of robotic biofabrication, continues a series of lectures on regenerative medicine and technology of three-dimensional bioprinting.

Проф. Владимир Миронов пред "Доктор": В Русия сме готови да отпечатваме органи - https://novinite.eu/prof-vladimir-mironov-pred-doktor-v-rusiya-sme-gotovi-da-otpechatvame-organi/

Проф. Владимир Миронов пред "Доктор": В Русия сме готови да отпечатваме органи - https://novinite.eu/prof-vladimir-mironov-pred-doktor-v-rusiya-sme-gotovi-da-otpechatvame-organi/

Vascular Morphogenesis: In Vivo, In Vitro, In Mente (Cardiovascular Molecular Morphogenesis) by Vladimir Mironov. $135.20. 284 pages. Publisher: Birkhäuser; 1996 edition (November 30, 1997). This text addresses the question of how to build a vessel, in vivo, in vitro, and in computer modelling. Practical protocols and assays are included, and vasculogenesis and angiogenesis are discussed.                            Show more                               Show less

Vascular Morphogenesis: In Vivo, In Vitro, In Mente (Cardiovascular Molecular Morphogenesis) by Vladimir Mironov. $135.20. 284 pages. Publisher: Birkhäuser; 1996 edition (November 30, 1997). This text addresses the question of how to build a vessel, in vivo, in vitro, and in computer modelling. Practical protocols and assays are included, and vasculogenesis and angiogenesis are discussed. Show more Show less

Growing Meat In The Lab, No Animals Needed. According to Reuters, Dr. Vladimir Mironov, M.D., Ph.D. and the research team at South Carolina has taken myoblasts – embryonic cells that develop into muscle tissue – from turkey and bathed them in a nutrient bath of bovine serum on a scaffold made of chitosan (a common polymer found in nature) to grow animal skeletal muscle tissue.

Growing Meat In The Lab, No Animals Needed. According to Reuters, Dr. Vladimir Mironov, M.D., Ph.D. and the research team at South Carolina has taken myoblasts – embryonic cells that develop into muscle tissue – from turkey and bathed them in a nutrient bath of bovine serum on a scaffold made of chitosan (a common polymer found in nature) to grow animal skeletal muscle tissue.

Here is a conference/lecture hall of FGBU “FNKTS DGOI n.a. Dmitry Rogachev” . Students from different university in Russia and young scientist on a lecture of professor  Vladimir Mironov.

Here is a conference/lecture hall of FGBU “FNKTS DGOI n.a. Dmitry Rogachev” . Students from different university in Russia and young scientist on a lecture of professor Vladimir Mironov.

Vladimir Mironov

Vladimir Mironov

In frost by Vladimir Mironov on 500px

In frost by Vladimir Mironov on 500px

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