Stem cells, the 'building blocks' for every type of cell in the body, have tremendous potential to improve human health.
Scientists have discovered a new way to generate human motor nerve cells in a development that will help research into motor neurone disease.
Scientists and clinicians across Europe have joined forces to improve the efficacy and safety of neural transplantation in Parkinson’s disease.
<p>Research paves way for new liver disease research and possibly cell-based therapy.<br /> &nbsp;
From quantum physics to stem cells: the research of the University's first cohort of Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellows demonstrates the...
Researchers in Cambridge and Japan will be working together towards a more integrated understanding of how stem cells make decisions.
Cambridge scientists are asking what role stem cells play in how cancer develops, spreads and relapses.
Scientists have uncovered a vital link in the chain of events that gives stem cells their remarkable properties.
Insight could lead to new therapies to repair damage caused by MS.
New treatments for glaucoma are a key priority in vision research. Advances in stem cell technology in Cambridge are helping to make this dream a...
How do cells become equipped to generate a whole new organism?
The Grand Opening of the Centre for the Physics of Medicine marks a major development in bringing together researchers working at the interface of...
The Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative enters its second phase with the launch of the Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine.
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