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Apr 22, 2013

WATCH: Stem Cell Super Powers

WATCH: Stem Cell Super Powers

Your stem cell host explains why he has super powers and what makes him so special.

  • GEN brings you the best, most informative and/or entertaining biotech-related videos on the web!

    What's so special about stem cells? In this video, your stem cell host takes you through all the things he can do that an ordinary cell can't. He also discusses how he's being studied and utilized to improve the future of medicine and health.

    This video is a component of a Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative-Carnegie Science Center exhibit, which is the result of a Science Education Partnership Award from the National Center for Research Resources of the NIH. 

    To watch the video, click here.

    To visit the Carnegie Science Center website, click here.



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