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Public Film - Stem Cell Revolutions

stem cell revolutionsThe Stem Cell Institute screened a free showing of the film "STEM CELL REVOLUTIONS: Vision of the Future" in Cambridge.

 

 

Dr Katrin Ottersbach hosted a free showing of the acclaimed documentary Stem Cell Revolutions on March 26 in Robinson College's Umney Theatre. It was followed by lively and much appreciated Q&A session. 

Stem Cell Revolutions is produced by filmmaker Amy Hardie and Edinburgh University group leader Dr. Clare Blackburn, and has been lauded for being fascinating, elegant and entertaining. It features leading international stem cell scientists, including director of the Wellcome Trust - MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Austin Smith and Nobel laureates Sir John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka. The film can be bought or downloaded from the Stem Cell Revolutions webpage, which also features a preview of it.

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