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EuroStemCell represents a partnership of more than 400 stem cell and regenerative medicine labs across Europe. Their website has been developped to help the public make sense of stem cells.The site provides independent, expert-reviewed information and road-tested educational resources on stem cells and their impact on society.
|A Closer Look at Stem Cells (ISSCR)
The International Society for Stem Cell Research hosts a great website called 'A Closer Look at Stem Cells', which provides user-friendly information and advice. They also offer a patient guidebook for anybody considering clinical trials or treatment.
Signals presents insiders’ perspectives on the world of regenerative medicine and stem cell research, written by scientists and professionals in the field. The website hosts regular and topical blog posts.
A great way to stay up-to-date with the latest research happening at the University of Cambridge. Keep an eye out for their monthly magazine, Research Horizons, which frequently features stem cell research.
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