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From stem cells to human development – early bird deadline approaching!

Posted by , on 30 May 2018

In September, Development is hosting the third of its highly successful series of meetings focusing on human developmental biology. Held in the Wotton House estate near Dorking in Surrey and organised by Paola ArlottaAli BrivanlouOlivier Pourquié and Jason Spence, the meeting will cover the latest developments and future prospects for this rapidly evolving field.



The early bird deadline is Thursday, 31st of May!


Find out more and apply here:


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  1. I find this article Interesting , we are using stem cells for regenerative medicine in our hospital.
    Our breakthrough treatments in regenerative medicine allow us to repair the tissues of the patient by using stem cells and cellular treatments. Therefore, avoiding major surgeries and unnecessary suffering to the patient.

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