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  • Stem Cells Australia 2018 Annual Report now available
    10 April 2019
    2018 saw significant advances made by our researchers. We continued to expand our outstanding record of contributions to both basic and applied stem cell biology, including a remarkably diverse publications portfolio which included over 140 publications. Our researchers were recipients of many prestigious awards, grants and fellowships.
  • Learning about Australian stem cell research: at the frontier of tomorrow’s medicine
    08 April 2019
    Stem Cells Australia’s researchers showcased their recent discoveries in stem cell science at a public forum held at the Victorian State Library and discussed how to move their science towards the clinic.
  • Tasmanian high school students delve into stem cell research
    04 April 2019
    350 students from seven secondary schools attended an engaging Stem Cell Forum in Hobart. They delved deeper into stem cell science and the ethical and legal implications of this emerging technology.
  • Translating stem cells towards unmet clinical needs
    03 April 2019
    Stem Cells Australia received $3 million from the Australian Government’s Accelerated Research Program of the Medical Research Future Fund, to support five national teams of experts to take stem cell research from the laboratory into the clinic.
  • Tomorrow's Medicine: Enlisting the brain’s immune cells to fight MS
    15 March 2019
    Specialist cleaning cells in the brain play a key role in neurodegenerative diseases, and they may also hold the secret to new treatments for the likes of MS and Alzheimer’s.
  • Tomorrow's Medicine: “Who will help me?”`
    15 March 2019
    People suffering from serious illnesses are turning to unproven and risky stem cell therapies in growing numbers. Researchers are trying to understand why—and how to provide better information and support.
  • Tomorrow's Medicine: Clearing corneas and restoring vision
    15 March 2019
    The eye’s cornea depends on stem cells to help maintain transparency. If disease or trauma depletes stem cell reservoirs, a rapid and painful loss of vision soon follows.
  • Tomorrow's Medicine: Big data points the way to custom stem cells
    15 March 2019
    Genomic biologist Professor Christine Wells and biostatistician Dr Kim-Anh Le Cao are analysing big data to discover what makes stem cells tick. Already the pair have found new ways to classify stem cells, and they’re working to predict the cells’ behaviour and even create custom immune cells.
  • Tomorrow's medicine: Fixing hearts by finding out what makes them tick
    15 March 2019
    You can learn a lot about hearts by trying to build one from scratch. A pair of scientists have grown ‘beating’ human heart muscle tissue from stem cells and are exploring cardiac regeneration.
  • Stem Cells Australia - Tomorrow's medicine starts today
    15 March 2019
    Since its creation in 2011, the Stem Cells Australia initiative has increased our understanding of how to control and use stem cells in research. Our members have placed Australia at the forefront of stem cell medicine, and now we are developing new diagnostic, therapeutic and biological applications that will transform healthcare in the years and decades ahead.
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