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      The Science of Cancer

      The past few years have seen tremendous strides in our understanding of cancer, including new hypotheses about its genetic origins and new treatment alternatives using the body’s own immune response.
      The Science of Cancer
      December 1, 2004Policy & Ethics

      The 2004 Scientific American 50 Award

      Our third annual salute to the people and institutions brightening our future recognizes accomplishments in stem cells, nanocomputers, mini fuel cells and more
      July 1, 2003The Sciences

      Terms of Engagement

      Irving Weissman directs a new institute dedicated to the cloning of human embryonic stem cells. Just don't call it cloning
      June 27, 2005The Sciences

      Stem Cell Sciences

      Once a "virtual company", it has grown over a decade into the most international force in stem cells
      August 14, 2013Health

      Human Cells Power Mouse Heart

      For the first time, researchers have used human stem cells to power a mouse heart. Scientists from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine stripped the mouse heart of its own cells and replaced them with stem cells derived from human skin...
      Human Cells Power Mouse Heart
      Sausage without the Squeal: Growing Meat inside a Test Tube


      Bernard Roelen of the University of Utrecht opens the incubator where stem cells are being cultured.
      June 27, 2016Biotech

      How to Regrow Your Own Bones

      Biotech pioneer Nina Tandon tells how a patient's own stem cells could be grown on 3-D scaffolds
      September 1, 2015Mind

      On the Horizon: Lab-Grown Spare Parts for Brains

      Researchers have figured out how to coax stem cells into becoming organized clusters of neurons
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