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  • The ISSCR Announces Details of Two Media Panels Taking Place from Its Annual Meeting in Stockholm

    26 May, 2015
    The ISSCR announces two media panels - "Promise, Progress & Hype" (25 June), exploring the complex issues surrounding the marketing and sale of experimental stem cell treatments and "Highlights from the Scientific Program" (26 June), talks from international panelists who are harnessing stem cells to treat disease and who will present their research in the areas of macular degeneration, heart disease and diabetes.
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  • The ISSCR Has Opened Registration for Media for Its Annual Meeting, 24-27 June, 2015, in Stockholm, Sweden

    05 May, 2015
    The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) is now accepting media registration for its 13th annual meeting, the world’s largest international, interdisciplinary forum dedicated to stem cell science.
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  • Member Spotlight on Ola Hermanson, PhD

    30 April, 2015
    Longtime ISSCR member Ola Hermanson of Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet uses an integrative approach to study neural development and cellular events that he hopes (only half-jokingly) will eventually lead to a clone of his own brain. "Such a 'silly' goal, however, results in a lot of serious questions..." says Hermanson. Find out more about those questions and how this “old wannabe-hipster” musician became a stem cell scientist at all in this month’s Member Spotlight.
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  • The International Society for Stem Cell Research Has Responded to the Publication of Gene Editing Research in Human Embryos

    23 April, 2015
    In response to an article published by Chinese scientists describing research that used gene editing technologies in human embryos, the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) has again called for a moratorium on attempts at human clinical germline genome editing while extensive scientific analysis of the potential risks is conducted, along with broad public discussion of the societal and ethical implications.
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