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  • October 2016

    What’s new with regenerating hearts and spinal cords; regulation versus status quo; and stem cell winners at Eureka Prizes

  • July 2016

    Stem cells healing broken hearts, and making cancer treatment less aggressive and more effective – Metcalf Prize winners announced

  • June 2016

    Setting the agenda for stem cell science; stem cells and cancer researcher in the news; support our fundraising campaign

  • March 2016

    Fighting for the evidence base; and 2 x $50,000 prizes for rising stars in stem cell research

  • December 2015

    $50,000 prizes for stem cell research open; and waking up brain stem cells with exercise

  • November 2015

    How celebrities, media and marketing misplace stem cell hope

  • August 2015

    Science meets politics and stem cells in National Science Week

  • May 2015

    Teaching stem cells to forget; getting the message out; raised funds in action

  • February 2015

    Prizes for stem cell research open; junior investigators shine at Lorne conference; treatment regulations under review

  • December 2014

    Sharing stories of Australian stem cell science

  • November 2014

    “I was a stem cell tourist”; reality check of stem cell treatments; learning at Lorne

  • August 2014

    Let’s talk about the potential, reality and dangers of stem cells

  • June 2014

    The first Metcalf prizes; who’s who of Australian stem cell science; peer-review in action

  • February 2014

    Foundation launches major prizes for stem cell researchers; Melbourne eyesight event; young talent time at conference

  • October 2013

    Young talent time in stem cell research; new treatment information handbook; meet an unlikely marathon-running fundraiser

  • June 2013

    50 grants for early-career researchers and students; therapeutic cloning in the news; and scientists meet patients in Melbourne

  • April 2013

    Setting the record straight on stem cell tourism; Foundation sponsors diabetes community forum; and an update on our first researcher

  • February 2013

    Stem Cell Foundation in February: skin cells to eye cells; cancer and stem cells; and a cautionary tale

  • December 2012

    Stem cell scientists meet patients at vision forum; a new online resource; and celebrating stem cell researchers

  • October 2012

    Stem cells for vision, celebrating the Nobels and a progress update: Stem Cell Foundation in October

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We aim to:

  • Promote the study and use of stem cells

  • Prevent or control diseases or illness

  • Enhance public education about stem cells