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    Stem Cell Links

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    Below you will find a growing list of Links to Stem Cell Research Organisations and pages of interest.

    We welcome your input, so if you find any futher links which you feel would help others by being on this page, please tell us about them.

    This Boston Globe website (free registration required) offers a compilation of staff writer Gareth Cook's stem cell research articles, which won him the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism.

    It also contains many up to date articles on further Stem Cell Research.

    EuroStemCell LogoEuroStemCell, launched in March 2010, unites more than 90 European stem cell and regenerative medicine research labs in a coordinated effort to engage with the public about our science.

    We’re a partnership of scientists, clinicians, ethicists, social scientists and science communicators.  We also work closely with teachers and patient representatives.

    We're funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).

    We believe in making research on stem cells and regenerative medicine accessible to all. We welcome your comments, ideas and contributions.

    Please find out more on our FAQ page.

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    The National Stem Cell Foundation is a non-profit that funds adult stem cell clinical trials.

    They support collaboration in the field, and fund patients participating in early stage trials. National Stem Cell Foundation strives to make curative stem cell therapies available worldwide, and to improve lives using stem cell therapies.

    They have many educational resources available, including a wealth of information about different types of stem cells, stem cell news, and a glossary of stem cell terms.


    The International Society for Stem Cell Research is an independent, nonprofit organization established to promote and foster the exchange and dissemination of information and ideas relating to stem cells, to encourage the general field of research involving stem cells and to promote professional and public education in all areas of stem cell research and application.

    Its website provides summaries of major issues in stem cell research and is home to Pulse, the free monthly stem cell research news journal.

    The United States government has put together this comprehensive and often updated website on stem cells. It contains information for the layperson as well as databases of published studies, including human clinical trials.

    Are you curious what exactly the UN voted to do about human cloning in March 2005? While many advocated an international legal ban on human cloning, only a "declaration" was passed, which condemns human cloning but is not legally binding.

    This press release from the UN contains a country breakdown of who voted how, and sometimes an explanation of why.

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison is where scientists first isolated and cultured human embryonic stem cells, thus creating the world's first human embryonic stem cell line.

    This university website provides a good overview of major stem cell research issues, with an emphasis on embryonic stem cell research, particularly on federally funded lines.

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