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Christopher T Scott 17 Jun 10
NIH rejects 42 disease-specific (PGD) lines from Chicago IVF clinic b/c of defects in the consents from embryo donors
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MacAdemics Jun 7
It's almost time for - one of the biggest annual gatherings of stem cell scientists - again. Some photos from the 2015 meeting, when @TeamRegeneratED was still in our infancy...
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Vincent Pasque Lab Apr 24
We have one open position for a talented ! We have funding and a great project to study cell fate reprogramming and the epigenetic control of cellular identity! The work is important for health, disease and regenerative medicine!
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New Scientist 21 Jun 12
Tiny human grown inside mouse's head
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ISSCR Mar 13
Early registration for 2019 closes TODAY, Wednesday, 13 March, at 23:59 US Central Time. You won't want to miss the largest global stem cell event, the ISSCR annual meeting, in Los Angeles 26-29 June.
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Jose Meseguer Jun 3
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Giovanni Canu Jun 21
I do the kind of science that gets better with wine! It was great to have the chance of presenting my work at the fantastic Annual Meeting.
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Julien Legrand Jun 21
I might have been up until 3am watching the but there’s nothing like another exciting day at to keep me wide awake! Sessions today cover disease modelling, reprogramming, ethics, organ development and more!
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Magnus Gustafsson 19 Oct 16
Tony Hitchcock will be presenting manufacture of HQ DNA , today at 12.30
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Dr. Shawnna Buttery 🔬 Feb 21
Hugo Snippert presents some follow up to his lab’s Cell Reports paper on imaging individual cells within cancer . Can’t wait to see the next paper.
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RegMedNet 22 Jun 16
president Sean Morrison opening meeting, highlighting ongoing need to protect stem cell research with education and communication
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ISSCR 11 Dec 12
TOMORROW, 12/12 on Connect: Helen Blau, Stanford Univ, “Regulating Cell Fate: Newts, Niches & Nuclear Reprogramming” 11am EST+Q&A
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ASSCR Jun 19
Pluripotent to treat diseases of the nervous system, excellent morning session Thnx to speakers S.Irion, E.Kiskinis, E.Nuwaysir, S.Goldman, L.Studer, P.Tesar &
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Nicole Kuchinsky (nee Forgione) Jun 21
Going through my twitter feed and having Can't wait to hear how it went from the team members attending
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LynneT Jun 20
Come visit me if you’re in town for ISSCR Melbourne! Booth #129. Great talks and posters already on Day 1. Looking forward to seeing more new research tomorrow.
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CIRM 30 Jun 10
Videos from CIRM and public meeting "A Dose of Reality on Alternative Stem Cell Treatments": http://cot.ag/bXGKOc
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Mertens Lab Feb 22
Anita and her BrainBreeder 🧟 are getting folks excited at Amsterdam
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Michael Lane Jun 20
A great start to day two of ISSCR 2018!
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Ricky Lau Jun 18
Professor Graham Macdonald’s starting speech for the expert session of the public forum - CRISPR was excitingly mentioned as an approach to advance Stem cell science to the clinical stage in the future
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MIMETAS 27 Feb 17
This week we're at the conference in Basel. We are looking forward to meeting you at booth 22 or at one of our posters (17, 18, 116).
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