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Culturing a Stem Cell Community: Acce...

In an age of clickbait and fake news, there is no question that stem cell outreach and education are critical to stem cell advocacy and the overall progress of the field. Quality outreach initiatives and education dispel misconceptions, clarify science, and enable the public to grasp the potential of stem cell research. However, there are […]

Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internshi...

Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship

I had spent the first two summers of my undergraduate career conducting research at the University of Toronto, my home university. By the time December of my third year rolled around, I knew that I wanted to experience science in another country. As a result, I applied to several abroad summer research programs, one of […]

Strategies for Undergraduate Research

Strategies for Undergraduate Research

I went to UC Berkeley for my undergrad, so I realize how easy it is to feel overwhelmed in the¬†environment of a large public university. I sometimes felt my peers came with manuals on how to be the best students: make a two-to- three student study group (not too big, not too small), go to […]

(Joe’s Pic) SSSCR-Berkeley Phot...

(Joe’s Pic) SSSCR-Berkeley Photoshoot

Perhaps it is because of my mathematical roots that I like this picture so much; but regardless of my preferences, our SSSCR members continually amaze me with their creativity and vision for the future of stem cell research and regenerative medicine. See more creative ideas from the SSSCR-Berkeley chapter on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ssscrberkeley +10