Encapsulife: Diabetes Research from Outer Space

News: Encapsulife: Diabetes Research from Outer Space

Almost 30 years before the movie Gravity hit the silver screen, Wang was exploring science in space and made a micro-gravity discovery that’s now a fundamental part of his work on an implantable patch that would encapsulate islet cells and allow people with diabetes (PWDs) to begin making their own insulin again. It’s all very Twilight Zone…
In the past two weeks, his company Encapsulife has gotten word that this encapsulation patch is now patented by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. And for the Encapsulife team, that means it’s time to ratchet up their public profile and prep for late-stage clinical studies that could lead to human trials in the coming year.
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