November 15, 2018

Lab-Grown ‘Mini-Brains’ Produce Electrical Patterns That Resemble Those of Premature Babies

(Nature) – ‘Mini brains’ grown in a dish have spontaneously produced human-like brain waves for the first time — and the electrical patterns look similar to those seen in premature babies. The advancement could help scientists to study early brain … Read More

November 14, 2018

Kyoto University Performs World’s First iPS Cell Transplant for Parkinson’s

(The Japan Times) – Kyoto University said Friday it has conducted the world’s first transplant of induced pluripotent stem cells to treat Parkinson’s disease. Nerve cells created from the artificially derived stem cells, known as iPS cells, were transplanted into … Read More

November 1, 2018

UCL Stem Cell Death ‘Cover-Up’ as Two Young Women Die After Experimental Treatment

(iNews) – UCL researchers have been accused of covering up the deaths of two women who died during experimental treatment in a bid to obtain funding. Professors obtained millions of pounds to lead three multi-million pound trials that looked into trialling … Read More

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