2018 Annual Meeting Highlights
3,000 scientists went "down under" for ISSCR 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. Photo highlights on our Flickr page, on Instagram, and in other social media posts reflect excitement around the meeting. Also check out the daily meeting newsletter!
Are you an ISSCR member? Check out the plenary sessions, available online until 13 August.
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Learning about Stem Cells Down Under
Stem cell research was recently brought out of the laboratory and into the public discourse in an open public forum held in conjunction with the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Researach (ISSCR) in Melbourne, Australia, and was proudly sponsored by the National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia.
Stem Cells in the News
Media highlights in the field of stem cell research and its translation to the clinic.
9 August, Science Daily
3 August, Science Daily
30 July, Science
17 July, Phys.org
A sampling of recent stem cell research commentaries, articles, and resources.
On the cover: A mouse with two faces represents the two commonly used C57BL/6 substrains, and this cartoon universe depicts reactive oxygen species (ROS) attacking the Hematropolis Central Blood Bank. Will the NNT gene come to the rescue?
Featured Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology Article
Derivation of Epithelial-Only Airway Organoids from Human Pluripotent Stem CellsMcCauley, et al (2018).Current Prot. Stem Cell Biology, 45, e51. doi: 10.1002/cpsc.51.
Spatio-temporal Relays Control Layer Identity of Direction-selective Neuron Subtypes in Drosophila. Apitz, H. and Salecker, I. (2018), Nature Communications, 9, 2295.
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ISSCR and policy news from around the world.
Emerging Stem Cell Ethics
20 June, Fierce Pharma
Big Pharma Executives Jump to China Startups for Higher Pay
6 June, Science
Singapore Could Become the Second Country to Legalize Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy
Learn about ISSCR colleagues in the stem cell field from around the world.