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A network for the regenerative medicine community to share knowledge, discuss the latest research and help move the field forward. Powered by Future Science Group.
A network for the regenerative medicine community to share knowledge, discuss the latest research and help move the field forward. Powered by Future Science Group.

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Looking forward to ISSCR 2018? Current ISSCR President Hans Clevers shares his tips on what not to miss. http://bit.ly/2Ga7ldE
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As part of our feature for International Women's Day, we took a look at the breakdown of male- and female-led pieces on RegMedNet. Some of the results definitely surprised us - what do you think? #InternationalWomensDay
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Organoids: a revolution in in vitro mammalian cell culture? Learn more about this innovative technology in this new sponsored post from +STEMCELL Technologies. http://bit.ly/2sBpcEP
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#TalkingRegMed Special: World Stem Cell Summit highlights - catch up on everything you might have missed from this recent event! We discuss our favorite sessions and speakers as well as key takeaways; what did you enjoy? Tell us in the comments!
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SURVEY ALERT: how are you producing and using organoids? Share your thoughts now!
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Did you attend the World Stem Cell Summit (22-26 January 2017) in Miami, Florida? Check out our daily video roundups from each day's events.
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Our team at +RegMedNet are conducting a survey to discover more on how researchers are producing and using iPSCs. This is part of our spotlight on iPSCs. Give your opinion by completing our survey here http://bit.ly/2jpVe1q
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Developing 3D bioprinted, vascularized human skin for improved wound healing http://bit.ly/2fRwxI4

Exclusive editorial for RegMedNet on providing a vascular network to promote survival of cells for full-thickness wounds is crucial for proper perfusion and survival of skin-grafted tissues, by Tânia Baltazar and Pankaj Karande from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA.
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Accelerating the potential of stem cell research: an interview with Karen Mueller http://bit.ly/2ehJg7s

In this interview, Karen Mueller, Senior Market Development Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific (Madison, WI, USA), discusses the importance of continuing education and knowledge-sharing in the fast-moving field of stem cell research
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Discovering the mechanisms behind wound healing: an interview with Vicki P Losick. Read the interview in full here http://bit.ly/2e0KkxK
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