Right Turn: Nailed it! The making of a stem cell exhibit

Author: Lisa Willemse, 07/18/14

A few months ago, I mentioned that we were involved in the creation of a traveling science exhibit with a number of great partners, and introduced one of the fictional characters, the “Regenerator”, who will be appearing as one of our stem cell superheroes. A lot has happened in the three months, and the exhibit, entitled “Super Cells: The Power of Stem Cells” will be launching this September in Sherbrooke, Quebec, before hitting the road to the UK, Europe, California and Canada. We will share more about the exhibit on this blog in the near future, but for now, I’m including some images (all photos courtesy the Sherbrooke Museum of Science and Nature and the Stem Cell Network) from the exhibit’s construction. See if you can figure out what these frames might eventually be!

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Lisa Willemse

Lisa Willemse

Lisa is a science communicator with 15+ years' experience in the fields of regenerative medicine, child development and technology. She launched this blog (first as the Stem Cell Network Blog) in 2009, and served as co-editor until April 2015. She is currently the Senior Communications Advisor for the Ontario Institute for Regenerative Medicine and has recently contributed to Motherboard, Science Borealis and the Genome Alberta and Canadian Blood Services blogs. Follow her on Twitter and Medium @WillemseLA.
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