Making stem cells from a patient’s adult cells – rather than human embryos – is one of the holy grails in modern medicine treatments. New research brings us two steps closer.
A new microchip could help scientists uncover secrets of heart regeneration in baby mice.
These new, adaptive stem cells can lie dormant until needed, a new animal study using human cells shows.
UNSW PhD candidate Hossein Tavassoli is exploring ways to repair damaged hearts using nanotechnology.
We have developed a stem cell technique capable of regenerating any human tissue damaged by injury, disease or ageing, write John Pimanda, Ralph Mobbs and Vashe Chandrakanthan.