Korea launches network to share cloning information

Dennis, Carina
October 2005
Nature;10/20/2005, Vol. 437 Issue 7062, p1077
Academic Journal
Focuses on the decision of the government to launch the World Stem Cell Hub as an international network for exchanging embryonic stem-cell lines and cloning technology in South Korea. Efforts of the research institute head Woo Suk Hwang to train researchers in stem cell research; Development of a non-profit foundation to support and finance the organization; Thoughts of scientists regarding the feasibility of the research institute.


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