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Scientists Discover A New Kind Of Stem Cell
And are now one step closer to figuring out how stem cells work
Chinese Scientists Turn Mouse Stem Cells Into Working Sperm Cells
Study offers hope for men who are infertile, but there's still a long way to go
Simple New Way Of Creating Stem Cells Undergoes Investigation
Independent scientists are having trouble reproducing the exciting new results. The "easy" stem-cell-making method may not be so easy after all.
Many Promising Embryonic Stem Cell Therapies Ensnared In Legal Loophole
Rules from two U.S. federal agencies, the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration, have created a strange impasse.
Scientists 3-D Print With Human Embryonic Stem Cells
They hope to create 3-D tissues and organs using stem cells as the "ink."
Monkey Embryo Mashup Results In First Primate Chimeras
Scientists have produced the world’s first chimeric monkeys, developed from stem cells harvested from separate embryos. They contain genetic material … Continued
First Government-Approved Embryonic Stem Cell Trial Stopped in Its Tracks By Economy
The first company to start human clinical trials using embryonic stem cells is quitting the project and laying off more … Continued
Researchers Turn Cloned Human Embryo into Working Stem Cell Line
But wait, there's a catch
The First Trial of an Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment for Blindness Begins in California
Keeping in step with this week’s flood of awesome stem cell news, a development on the embryonic front: California surgeons … Continued
‘Retina in a Dish’ is the Most Complex Tissue Ever Engineered in the Lab
Researchers in Japan have grown a retina from mouse embryonic stem cells in a lab, but this isn’t just another … Continued