RESEARCH NEWSFROM HHMI
New Human Embryonic Stem-Cell Lines To Be Made Available to Researchers
HHMI researchers derive 17 new human embryonic stem-cell lines.
Gene Profiling Reveals the Essence of Stemness
Different types of stem cells share a common genetic program that may underlie their unique properties.
Producing Motor Neurons from Embryonic Stem Cells
HHMI researchers find the precise mix of chemical signals that coax the development of motor neurons.
Stem Cells Renew Hope for Fading Hair Follicles
Stem cells from the skin of mice can self-renew and differentiate into skin and functioning hair follicles.
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STORIES FROMTHE HHMI BULLETIN
Are Stem Cells the Answer?
Researchers hope to coax human stem cells into becoming pancreatic cells to cure diabetes.
New Discoveries Propel Stem Cell Research
Findings suggest new avenues to possible treatments.
Will Humans Generate Replacement Parts?
HHMI investigator Mark Keating is tackling the question of regeneration.
Advances in Stem Cell Research
Former HHMI investigator Brigid Hogan presents her views on stem cell research.
Toward Détente on Stem Cell Research
A conversation with bioethicist LeRoy Walters.
A Big Voice for Science
A conversation with Leonard Zon.
Stem Cell Research Episode
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Cover Story: Rational Exuberance
A Nobelist shares the secrets to his longevity in the lab.
A Structural Revolution
A quarter century ago, structural biology hit a wall. HHMI created a way to break through.
One Foot in Front of the Other
Inside cells, specialized proteins march down a network of highways carrying machinery and messages. Researchers are learning how they manage it.
A Happy Oasis
Once Sangeeta Bhatia created her lab the way she wanted-as a supportive, intellectually challenging environment-the creative juices began to flow.
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