​‘Mini kidneys’ grown from stem cells provide new insights into kidney disease and potential therapies

Published on : 21-Aug-2019

An international team of researchers led by NTU Singapore has grown ‘miniature kidneys’ in the laboratory that could be used to better understand how kidney diseases develop in individual patients.

​Media reports:

The Straits Times, 21 Aug, page B6, and online, 20 Aug
Lianhe Zaobao, 21 Aug, page 4 (with blurb on page 1)
Berita Harian, 21 Aug, page 10
Sinchew Daily (Malaysia), 22 Aug, page 14
Tamil Murasu, 21 Aug, page 2 
Channel NewsAsia, 10pm, 20 Aug
Channel 5, 9pm, 20 Aug
TODAY, 20 Aug (photos by CCO)
Channel 8, 20 Aug, 10pm, and online
- Suria, 20 Aug, 8pm
- Vasantham, 20 Aug, 8.30pm
Yahoo, 20 Aug (photos by CCO)
Malay Mail (Malaysia), 22 Aug
Berita Mediacorp online, 20 Aug
- 958FM, 20 Aug
- International Business Times, 21 Aug
Satoshi Nakamoto Blog (Switzerland), 21 Aug (photo by CCO)
Science Codex (US), 20 Aug 
Science Daily (US), 20 Aug
Medicine news line (US), 20 Aug
7th space (Netherlands), 20 Aug
Scienmag (UK), 20 Aug
Medical Xpress (UK), 20 Aug
The Medical News (Australia), 20 Aug
Mirage News (AU), 20 Aug 
- Biospectrum Asia, 21 Aug
- OpenGov Asia, 21 Aug
Lab Manager Magazine (Canada), 21 Aug

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