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SCI-TIF - Technology & Innovation Forum

Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Technology & Innovation Forum (SCI-TIF) This bespoke new programme brings together scientists with an interest in stem cells and technology in order to foster rich discussions, partnerships and translational opportunities. What is SCI-TIF? A membership programme...

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‘Exhausted’ immune cells in healthy women could be target for breast cancer prevention in new study by the Khaled Group

28 March 2024

Researchers at CSCI and University of Cambridge have created the world’s largest catalogue of human breast cells, which has revealed early cell changes in healthy carriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations. The study, published today (28 March) in the journal Nature Genetics from r esearchers in the Khaled Group in the...

CSCI Hot Topic Event covers AI’s impact on stem cell research & medicine

20 March 2024

This week (Monday 18 March) , members of the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, the Technology and Innovation Forum ( SCI-TIF ) and guests from around Cambridge convened to delve into the pressing subject of AI’s role in advancing stem cell research and medicine ( see the poster here ). The event began with a welcome by...

Degree of cell crowding in the early human embryo influences cell identity decision, new culture system finds

8 March 2024

Research published this week in Science Advances by Dr Shota Nakanoh in a collaboration between Dr Teresa Rayon’s lab at the Institute and Professor Ludovic Vallier’s lab at the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute has determined that the degree of cell crowding in the early human embryo influences whether cells...

New UKRI funding co-led by Walid Khaled will support research into better health, ageing, and wellbeing

12 February 2024

Professor Walid Khaled from CSCI and co-leader Dr Laura Greaves from Newcastle have received UKRI funding for research on age-related biological changes in model organisms as part of a national collaboration. UKRI funding of £3 million is awarded today (12 February) to support a new research cluster as part of the MRC...

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