Andrew Pelling

An Ottawa startup looking to change how the health-care sector regrows parts of the human body has raised $500,000 from a group of friends, family and some well-known Ottawa angels
Unlike our fleshy human bodies, when trees break a limb, they don’t have casts put on their branches.
Andrew Pelling, the University of Ottawa researcher known for treating “biology like hardware,” has been named a TED2017 Senior Fellow.
Most people might not see how growing a human ear from an apple could be the key to disrupting the multibillion-dollar regenerative health sector.