Stem cells are pluripotent

Harms Linked to Unapproved Stem Cell Interventions and Right to Try laws

One of the great advances in medicine is regenerative therapy [...]

Is it bioethically acceptable to produce human pseudoembryos for biological experiments?

These new organisms can be used to study embryonic development [...]

AI uses biology to improve major project enhancing computers with human neurons

"If this project is successful, it would create an unusual [...]

Hopeful lines of experimentation to recover lost heart muscle and function

The first trials were carried out twenty years ago, in [...]

3D bioprinted heart organoid with iPS cells has robust electromechanical function

A 3D bioprinted organoid that mimics an animal heart has [...]

Research study combines latest advances in gene editing with the therapeutic potential of stem cells

Gene editing and stem-cells therapy to treat blood diseases Researchers [...]

The “London patient”. A second spontaneously cured HIV-positive patient is found

The existence of a second patient who was spontaneously cured [...]

A Japanese woman has become the first person with a cornea repaired using iPS, but NHS also obtained good result in this field

We have published two articles on this issue, both in [...]

With the aim to find a new sources of organs for transplantation, Japan approves the first human-animal embryo experiments. Positive and negative apects

Scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi is the first researcher in Japan to [...]

Can brain damage be repaired using cell reprogramming? Can be replaced the neurons?

Cell reprogramming (read our report about this technique HERE) has [...]