Stem cells, the 'building blocks' for every type of cell in the body, have tremendous potential to improve human health.
Cambridge research that created liver cells from stem cells has today been recognised with a national prize by the National Centre for the...
This is a beautiful image of human brain cells, which can now be grown from adult skin cells.
Dr. Paul Fairchild, University of Oxford, to give a public seminar tomorrow, 21 February, discussing this topical issue.
Innovative way to study Alzheimer's disease developed by Cambridge scientists.
Scientists now able to view critical aspects of mammalian embryonic development using new technique.
Scientists have created cells which make up the walls of blood vessels; research could lead to new treatments and better screening for cardiovascular...
Proof of principle study suggests the age-associated decline of the remyelination process is reversible.
Cohesion, collaboration and clinical impact are the watchwords of a new phase of stem cell research in Cambridge.
New gene therapy methods accurately correct mutation in patient’s stem cells, bringing personalized cell therapies one step closer.
Researchers have created mammalian cells containing a single set of chromosomes instead of two.
Scientists say ‘No’ to a ban on stem cell patents recommended by the European Court of Justice.
A shake of the dice and a nod from the neighbour – new facets of stem cell biology uncovered when methods in theoretical physics were used to solve a...
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