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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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Zilbauer Group’s lab-grown ‘mini-guts’ could help in development of new and more personalised treatments for Crohn’s disease

11 June 2024

Epigenetic changes to DNA help explain differences in disease severity in patients Cambridge scientists from the Zilbauer Lab at Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (CSCI) have grown ‘mini-guts’ in the lab to help understand Crohn’s disease, showing that ‘switches’ that modify DNA in gut cells play an important role in the...

SCI-TIF gather for 2nd Annual Networking Dinner

16 May 2024

This month the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Technology & Innovation Forum (SCI-TIF ) gathered to celebrate their 2 nd Annual Networking Dinner. SCI-TIF members, CSCI Principal Investigators , and Stem Cell Interdisciplinary Research Centre members got together at SIX Restaurant at the Varsity to meet, discuss...

CSCI Postgraduates take a break from the bench at this year's Postgraduate Away Day

7 May 2024

Recently the CSCI PhD and MPhil students got together for their annual Postgraduate Away Day for a day of talks, brainstorming sessions, and a pub quiz. The event, planned by the student committee, took place on 25 April. The 25 new students from the October 2023 intake (pictured) under the supervision of 16 different PIs...

‘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...

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