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USC Stem Cell incubator

The University of Southern California has designed a unique “incubator” for scientists, engineers and clinicians to collaborate across disciplines and leverage the transformative power of stem cells to develop the future of regenerative medicine. The USC Stem Cell incubator trains the next generation of scientists through a dedicated PhD program and first-of-its-kind master’s degree, and …

All about egg freezing: A Q&A with Dr. Richard J. Paulson, USC Fertility

You can’t freeze time, but you can freeze your eggs. In this Q&A, Richard J. Paulson, USC stem cell scientist and fertility doctor, discusses the current stage of fertility preservation.

Scott E. Fraser: The world’s smallest movie studio

The Translational Imaging Center is not Universal Studios, but it employs custom lights (lasers), cameras and wardrobe (contrast dyes) all to get its mercurial stars (the zebrafish) to perform on cue. The final product: some of the most remarkable motion pictures in science: watching a memory form, real time, in a living brain.

Using gene editing to cure Type 1 diabetes

Senta Georgia is creating new insulin-producing cells using CRISPR gene-editing technology in her work to cure genetic forms of diabetes.

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