Stem Cells Australia – Addressing the big questions in stem cell science

Munsie, Megan
March 2013
Australasian Biotechnology;Mar2013, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p14
The article focuses on the research institute Stem Cells Australia and its research which centers on understanding stem cells. Topics discussed include the efforts of Stem Cells Australia on seeking to foster and train next generation of Australian stem cell scientists, the research institute's international linkages, and its public outreach program.


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