On June 23, 2022, the Center for Contemporary Sciences (CCS) hosted its inaugural Policy Forum. The event was an opportunity to analyze the policy framework underlying the most transformative scientific innovations of the decade. Emphasis was placed on new inventions enabled by advances in regenerative medicine, biomedical engineering, machine learning, and nanotechnology. This included applications like Organ-on-a-Chip, 3D-Bioprinting, and Micro-Physiological Systems (MPS), all poised to transform the healthcare industry. Numerous ideas for the legislative agenda needed to drive these disruptive technologies forward were examined, alongside the status of existing thresholds and barriers.
To read more, click here.