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Home Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge, took this image during a perfusion test of its lab-grown human tissue. Fluid passed through the tissue without leaking. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine) Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA's Vascular Tissue Challenge, took this image during a perfusion test of its lab-grown human tissue. Fluid passed through the tissue without leaking. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine)

Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge, took this image during a perfusion test of its lab-grown human tissue. Fluid passed through the tissue without leaking. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine)

Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA's Vascular Tissue Challenge, took this image during a perfusion test of its lab-grown human tissue. Fluid passed through the tissue without leaking. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine)

Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge, took this image during a perfusion test of its lab-grown human tissue. Fluid passed through the tissue without leaking. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine)

Team Winston, the first-place winner of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge, used a chamber to hold the printed tissue and test a process called perfusion. (Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine)