What is Stem Cell? Aims and Objectives of this web site. A-Z of stem cell.
The survey findings and implications. What does the future holds for us.
The impacts of stem cell on science, human, social, economic and political front
References and Links
Other useful links and web sites online
Interviews with prominent scientists including Nobel Laureate Professor Paul Berg
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The purpose of this web site is to find out the awareness of the population on stem
cells and to serve as a one-stop web site for anything related to stem cells. We
hope that the survey finding will help to generate some buzzes among the audience
and also help to dispel some misplaced hope or myths surrounding stem cells.
To reach a wider audience outside Asia, we have recruited a student from New Zealand
to participate in interviews as well as to conduct some surveys. We also interviewed
a few prominent scientists including Emeritus Professor Paul Berg, Nobel Prize Winner
for Chemistry 1980 from Stanford University on his views on stem cell research.
About Stem Cells
Stem cells have generated much interesting debates among many of us . What actually
are stem cells? Where do they come from? What are their uses? Read on..
The students/youths in the hope of generating more debates and hopefully interest
in stem cells and stem cell research
The working population and the married couples in the hope of promoting storage of
cord blood or other sources of stem cells for future use. We aim to reach those especially
outside the scientific community
The middle age and above in the hope of offering some hope for them to look beyond
a fragile and sickly old age in that stem cells may one day bring back their youth..