Coinciding with the International Society for Stem Cell Science (ISSCR) meeting in Melbourne, our Jeremy Sugarman along with Douglas Sipp and Megan Munsie take the opportunity, at 20 years since the first derivation of human embryonic stem cells, to comment on the ethical tensions now taking center stage

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A guest blog from Matt Donne, PhD: It was during winter break of my Junior year in college that the gap between the general public’s understanding of embryonic stem cell biology and the reality of that research quickly came into focus for me

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Inside the long, costly effort to cure diabetes with stem cells

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Where are they now? The stem-cell debate got really heated. But then … it just sort of fizzled out from public view. So whatever happened to stem cells? (w quote from our Alan Regenberg)

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Our intern Saad Anjum on the confluence of pressures faced by stem cell scientists

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What constitutes a disability?

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