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Completed Educational Programs Tissue Engineering Planetarium Show


See our movies here
The Tissue Engineering for Life project has produced several movies about tissue engineering and its potential to enhance the body's natural ability to heal itself. See the shows below!

Grey Matters: the Brain Show
"Brain Show: Grey Matters"

Tissue Engineering for Life: Bone and Cardiac Modules
"Tissue Engineering for Life:
Bone and Cardiac Modules"

Dr. Allevable's Unbelievable Laboratory: Bone and Cardiac Modules
"Dr. Allevable's Unbelievable Laboratory:
Bone and Cardiac Modules"

An Adventure in the Allevable Lab
"An Adventure in the Allevable Laboratory"

Regenerobot and the Robot Science Fair: the Spinal Cord Module
"Regenerobot and the Robot Science Fair:
Spinal Cord Module"




 

Welcome to the Tissue Engineering Planetarium Show!
The Tissue Engineering Planetarium Project has produced several planetarium shows on the subjects of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.


Planetarium Shows

 
Learn about the mystery of the human brain and the body's extraordinary ability to heal itself! Explore the potential of regenerative medicine to accelerate this process! Take a trip to the bone marrow and through neural fields, learn about the basic biology of the bone, cardiac and spinal cord tissues.

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Neural field.

The planetarium movies cover these themes in two formats, with a narrator and with animated characters, Dr. Allevable and Regenerobot. Trailers for these shows are available as well as important ordering information and information on the project and its sponsors. See the shows!

 

For more information:


Go to link On the movies
Go to link On the production team and sponsors

 

Contact Us


Dr. John A. Pollock, Ph.D.
pollock@duq.edu


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On-Line Learning


Explore the variety of educational support materials on all the subjects treated in the shows! See the Educational Modules on the Bone, the Heart, the Spinal Cord and the Brain.

 
Please check back here for updates and additions to our library of educational materials and interactive learning tools.

The Adventure Continues!

The project continues to develop Regenerative Medicine educational movies and web tools with the new project Regenerative Medicine Partnership in Education.


This project is funded by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Center for Research Resources, a component of the National Institutes of Health (5 R25 RR15619-05).
NIH and NCRR