Enter the EuroStemCell non-fiction writing competition!
Posted by Emma Kemp, on 15 May 2013
Spring has sprung! The sun is out at last (sort of), but that’s not the only great news we’ve got from EuroStemCell: we’ve launched our first ever stem cell non-fiction writing competition.
This is your chance tell a stem cell story with your imaginative science writing, by creating a comic or by writing a poem. And you could win 300 Euros and see your work live on eurostemcell.org.
Judges for the competition include CellStemCell Editor Debbie Sweet and well-known science fiction author Ken McLeod, amongst others.
Go on, give it a go! Full details at http://www.eurostemcell.org/stem-cell-competition
In other news from EuroStemCell, there’s lots of new material on our website:
- an article from scientist Roger Barker on the truth about stem cell therapies for neurological disorders
- a new fact sheet on stem cells and leukaemia
- a commentary from social scientist Emma King on her experience of following the development of a regenerative medicine research project.
Our latest newsletter fills you in on this and more.
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