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WIRED: ‘Brain Balls’ Grown From Skin Cells Spark With Electricity

​WIRED: ‘Brain Balls’ Grown From Skin Cells Spark With ElectricityStanford researchers say by creating “human cortical spheroids” they are not growing “brains in a dish.” Read the article and decide for yourself. ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​UC San Diego: Human Stem Cell Model Reveals Molecular Cues Critical to Neurovascular Unit Formation

​UC San Diego: Human Stem Cell Model Reveals Molecular Cues Critical to Neurovascular Unit Formation “Real-time tracking of cellular behavior during human development provides new insights. Crucial bodily functions we depend on but don’t consciousl ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​ReNeuron: US FDA Grants Fast Track Designation to Company’s Retinitis Pigmentosa Cell Therapy Candidate

​ReNeuron: US FDA Grants Fast Track Designation to Company’s Retinitis Pigmentosa Cell Therapy Candidate  In the company press release, Olav Hellebø, CEO, commented: “The granting of Fast Track designation from the FDA for our hRPC stem cell therap ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​Buck Institute for Research on Aging: Complex Signaling Between Blood and Stem Cells Controls Regeneration in Fly Gut- Human Implications

​Buck Institute for Research on Aging: Complex Signaling Between Blood and Stem Cells Controls Regeneration in Fly Gut- Human Implications“Having a healthy gut may well depend on maintaining a complex signaling dance between immune cells and the ste ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​Sacramento Bee: UC Davis Becomes Key Player in Stem Cell Research

​Sacramento Bee: UC Davis Becomes Key Player in Stem Cell ResearchJournalist and blogger, David Jensen, sets forth the accomplishments of the UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures. “California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, has catapulted ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​Fox News: University of Miami Study Shows Stem Cells Can Be Safely Infused in Brain to Promote Stroke Recovery

​Fox News: University of Miami Study Shows Stem Cells Can Be Safely Infused in Brain to Promote Stroke Recovery“A yearlong study of stroke patients has found that stem cells from a patient’s bone marrow can be safely infused in the brain through the ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​CBC News: Blood Turned into Nerve Cells by Canadian Researchers

​CBC News: Blood Turned into Nerve Cells by Canadian Researchers“In research published in the journal Cell Reports, Canadian scientists have discovered how to turn a simple blood sample from a man or woman into a variety of nerve cells, including th ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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Support for Cures at World Stem Cell Summit

​ Featured Video: Support for Cures at World Stem Cell SummitAt the 2014 World Stem cell Summit in San Antonio, Texas, the stated mission was “Connect, Collaborate & Cure.” The featured Summit video includes inspiring messages voicing mutual c ...[Read More]
Published: May-26-15
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​Pluristem’s PLX Cells One Step Closer to Entering Japan’s Accelerated Pathway for Regenerative Medicine

​Pluristem’s PLX Cells One Step Closer to Entering Japan’s Accelerated Pathway for Regenerative MedicinePluristem Therapeutics Inc. announced that Japan’s Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency agreed with the proposed quality and large-scale ma ...[Read More]
Published: May-20-15
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​UB and Roswell Park Receive $1.85 Million Grant to Launch Stem Cell Research Program

​UB and Roswell Park Receive $1.85 Million Grant to Launch Stem Cell Research ProgramUniversity at Buffalo (UB) and Roswell Park Cancer Institute researchers have been awarded a $1.85 million grant to create an interdisciplinary stem cell research t ...[Read More]
Published: May-20-15
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