The University of Michigan’s Center for Organogenesis unites scientists from many fields who work together to study organ formation, organ function and organ disease.
The goal of our research is to use new information gained from these studies to design new and effective strategies to treat disease and repair damaged organs.
In the course of this work, we use the microscope and special stains to examine tissues for alterations in structure or function that are characteristic of health or disease.
We often marvel at the beauty of these tiny biological structures and share them with you here as Bio-Artography, a fascinating combination of art and science.

The Mistery of the Rising Match

The Mistery of the Rising Match
Institute of Physics

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Decoding Cancer
Discovery Education. Feb 2016
for grades 9-12

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