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Stem Cells in Focus Blog

  • 13 December, 2021

    Modeling the Body on a Few USB Sticks: The Power of Organs-on-Chips

    While many biomedical advances have been made studying cells in isolation, researchers are learning that the closer they can approximate experimental conditions to the complexities of the human body, the better chance they have of identifying new treatments. Learn about how organs-on-chip are paving the way for new breakthroughs.

  • 5 November, 2021

    Skyrocketing Science with Stem Cells in Space

    Do you think stem cells floating in space could possibly help us down on Earth? This might sound far out, but scientists are finding that researching stem cells outside our planet could help us better understand the physiological changes to astronauts in orbit and, more broadly, provide key insights about disease progression and treatment on Earth.

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