Once a "virtual company", it has grown over a decade into the most international force in stem cells
Positive public attitudes lift British scientists above the destructive fray
Scientists expect enormous benefits for humankind from the surge of research on embryonic stem cells. But it could take a generation or two before the full impact is felt. Clive Cookson discusses the issues...
Generous staffing and permissive laws aid Asia's largest stem cell effort
Cloned tissues from stem cells might beat immune rejection