October 8 marks the seventh annual Stem Cell Awareness Day, a global opportunity to foster greater understanding about stem cell research and the range of potential applications for disease and injury.
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Coverage of the latest news and updates from the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine.
Brain cells that multiply to help birds sing their best during breeding season are known to die back naturally later in the year.
Researchers have found a way to take a child's skin cells, reprogram them to function as heart valvular cells and then use the cells to engineer a pulmonary valve that can grow with the patient.
A bioactive compound in a spice widely used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking appears to promote stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain.
A new study addresses questions raised by the "Berlin patient," the only adult who underwent a stem cell transplant and was thought to have been cured of HIV.
A small protein named GILZ appears to protect against the bone loss that often accompanies arthritis and its treatment, researchers report.
ViaCyte, Inc., a privately held regenerative medicine company developing a stem cell-derived islet replacement therapy for the treatment of diabetes, has been selected to receive a $16.6 million Accelerated Development Pathway Award from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicin
A new book, “Inevitable Collision: The Inspiring Story that Brought Stem Cell Research to Conservative America,” has been released in an effort to bring awareness to the growing conversation and debate surrounding stem cell research and regenerative medicine, according to its author.
A 70-year-old woman has undergone the first graft of induced pluripotent stem cells. She is a participant in a clinical trial that is testing stem cells for treating age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
A new report on the induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) product market says it lures major industry competitors with double-digit growth and massive change in 2013.