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Stem Cells in Focus Blog

  • 8 June, 2021

    I’ll Take My Burger with a Side of Sustainability

    Imagine that a chef personally asks you to taste a new burger recipe. It looks medium rare as requested, has a satisfying texture, and most importantly, it tastes delightfully meaty. What if they tell you that the burger you just ate was better for animals, the environment, and your health? Then they tell you that the burger was not made from a cow, but rather, from stem cells in a lab.

  • 2 March, 2021

    Can Stem Cell Research Save Endangered Species?

    Many species are facing eradication as the Earth undergoes its sixth mass extinction. Human innovation and changes to behavior, however, can slow down this annihilation of species through conscious environmental preservation, and surprisingly, stem cell research.

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Stephanie Protze

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