Winning London’s Design Museum Design of the Year award, Harvard’s lung-on-a-chip could replace animal testing of pharmaceuticals which do not necessarily predict human outcomes. It contains human tissue structures and is flexible enough to accommodate both the stretching and relaxation mechanisms observed during human respiration. They’ve also developed kidney and liver-on-a-chip technology and connected them to form a network.

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