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British doctors transplant trachea grown from stem cells

In Britain, a young boy is currently recovering from a remarkable surgery to replace his windpipe. Tissue transplantation itself is hardly a routine thing, but there are a couple of things that make this case, reported in the British Medical Journal, particularly...

Stem cells in the running for a Webby Award!

 The Canadian Stem Cell Foundation has been nominated for Best Activism Website at the 14th Annual Webby Awards, otherwise known as the “Oscars of the Internet”. The Webby’s recognize the world’s best websites, interactive advertising, online...

New possibilities for treatment of severe heart failure

Researchers in Montréal announced this week that they have successfully used stem cells as a key part of a treatment for a patient with heart muscle failure due to severe heart disease. The procedure involves implanting autologous stem cells into the heart muscle of a...

Stem Cell School provides new resources for educators

With new developments in stem cell biology happening all the time, high school and undergraduate biology teachers are constantly challenged with the prospect of integrating stem cells into their lesson plans. Teachers and students at last week’s StemCellTalks event in...