Dean Kamen Has $80M from the DOD and an ARMI to Grow Human Organs
Inventor Dean Kamen—best known in the dialysis industry because his company, DEKA, bought the rights to the Aksys PHD home HD machine—has a new venture. He won a Department of Defense contract to start the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI). The aim: to scale up and commercialize efforts to grow human organs, including kidneys. Read the story.
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