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Signals Blog - Insider's perspective on the world of stem cells and regenerative medicine Search Stay updated: Popular Posts Recent Posts Recent Comments Laine Jaremey on Understanding how to hone your story for media – Tips from an expert An Interview with Daniela Quaglia on Synbio and Science Communication - SynBioBeta on How online outreach adds value to scientific research National Treasure #87: James Till and Ernest McCulloch | Traditional Iconoclast on A tribute to Ernest “Bun” McCulloch (1926-2011) Great story of the first bone marrow transplants | Emilian Snarski M.D. Ph.D. on The story of the first bone marrow transplant Bruna Manzini on Understanding how to hone your story for media – Tips from an expert Recent Posts Right Turn: Best summer jobs for science students The curious case of applying electric shock to treat brain injuries Right Turn: The robots aren’t coming, they’re here The long slog of medical R&D and finding inspiration Right Turn: Stem cell researchers develop more than undifferentiated stem cells at StemCellTalks Toronto Categories Biology Biomaterials Cell manufacturing clinical translation Clinical trials Commentary Commercialization Ethical, legal and social issues Events News Patient information Profiles Regenerative medicine Research Right Turn Science Communications Tissue engineering Training Uncategorized Photo of the Month Learn more Contributors Guest Patrick Blit David Brindley Angela C. 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Well, the Waag Society in Amsterdam may just have the “coolest science summer job” around! (Yes, Waag Society, you can quote me on this.) The Waag Society, an “institute for art, science and technology,” needs a science bus…Read more The curious case of applying electric shock to treat brain injuries Author: Hamideh Emrani, 04/04/17 The month of March is a time for celebrating women around the world. As a science enthusiast, I have been so inspired by the women I see succeeding in the research field. Since I started writing for this blog, I have had the chance to write about and interview female researchers such as Jin Hyung…Read more Right Turn: The robots aren’t coming, they’re here Author: Stacey Johnson, 03/31/17 via GIPHY Artificial Intelligence (AI) already permeates our culture and that’s only going to increase with time and advances to the technology. 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SCT is a national stem cell biology outreach program for high school students in partnership with Let’s Talk Science and the Stem Cell Network. (CCRM is also a proud national…Read more From organ survival to organ revival – how patients can regenerate their own donor lung prior to surgery Author: Holly Wobma, 03/22/17 For most areas of medicine, the supply of a treatment can easily meet demand (access issues aside). Need an antibody? A steroid? Millions of pills are manufactured every day. The case could not be more different for solid organ transplantation, for which the list of patients with end-stage organ failure vastly exceeds the number of…Read more Right Turn: Stem cells, like children, are a labour of love Author: Stacey Johnson, 03/17/17 For many Canadians with kids, we’re nearing the end of March Break – a holiday from school for elementary- and secondary school-aged children. 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