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Anti-abortion groups scored a rare victory Thursday in a legislative session that's been dominated by Democratic priorities, by derailing a bill that would have put Oregon among the growing number of states exploring public funding for stem cell research.
Stepping out of your own head might seem like the last thing one would want to do to avoid tripping and falling, but neuroscientists who study the brain's navigation and orientation systems recognize this change of perspective as a necessity. To successfully orient yourself and move about the environment, you have to look at the world both from the viewpoint of your own sensory organs, which are fixed in your head and body, and from the viewpoint of your relationship to the space around you and to the force of gravity.
U.S. researchers are developing a process that would allow scientists to use a patient's own stem cells to develop new skin tissue.
The world's first facility dedicated to understanding the role played by each gene in human embryonic stem cells will be established at Hamilton's McMaster University thanks to a "courageous" gift from a local businessman.
A team of scientists from Maryland and Moscow say they'e used unfertilized eggs to produce stem cells -- a potentially major early step in bringing personalized stem cell therapies to women.
Presented by International Society for Cellular Therapy
Venue: Hyatt Regency Bethesda Hotel
Presented by the International Society for Experimental Hematology
Venue: Congress Center Hamburg