Beckman Coulter Exhibits Total Lab Solutions at the 2010 World Stem Cell Summit

Beckman Coulter, Inc. continues its tradition of displaying current and upcoming laboratory solutions at the World Stem Cell Summit, which is being held at the Marriott Renaissance Center in Detroit, Mich., October 4-6. Visitors to Booth 24 will see the latest in analyzers and services designed to optimize productivity and workflow efficiency.

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World Stem Cell Summit featured in “Stem cell research, autism, and Michigan’s future”

With the backdrop of a global stem cell conference about to roll into the Motor City, billionaire A. Alfred Taubman is continuing his mission of making Michigan a hub of medical research. Taubman, the outspoken 86-year-old businessman who made billions with his shopping malls around the world, spent millions two years ago funding Proposal 2, […]

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Detroit Science Center Hosts Free Stem Cell Public Education Day Oct. 3, 2010

Museum Will Host Special Programs and Offer Extended Hours DETROIT, Sept. 23, 2010 — The Detroit Science Center will be the host of the World Stem Cell Summit’s 3rd annual FREE public education day on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2010. Experts from around the world will be present at the Detroit Science Center from 9 a.m. […]

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Regenerative Medicine Showcased At World Stem Cell Summit In Detroit

The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine, a Washington-based lobbying group, will hold its general membership meeting at the World Stem Cell Summit Oct. 4-6 in Detroit. Members of the alliance include large firms like Johnson & Johnson and Corning, as well as smaller venture-backed firms in the burgeoning field. Bernard Siegel, founder and co-chair of the summit and […]

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World Stem Cell Summit featured in, "Stem cell funding fight now key topic for summit"

Federal funding of embryonic stem cell research has become a major focus of the upcoming World Stem Cell Summit in Detroit, following recent decisions by federal courts that have put about $75 million of near-term funding at risk and left researchers in limbo. The sixth annual summit will be held Oct. 4-6 at the Detroit […]

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World Stem Cell Summit featured in, "Stem cell summit to make a case for more research"

Get ready for an earful on embryonic stem cell research as the World Stem Cell Summit rolls into Detroit. More than 1,200 people are expected to gather for the Oct. 4-6 conference. It is to focus on adult and embryonic stem cell research and other regenerative medical issues. Sponsors say the timing is perfect with […]

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Stem Cell Research Funding Blockade is Featured Topic at Upcoming World Stem Cell Summit in Detroit, Oct.4-6

Sherley v. Sebelius, Congressional action and NIH Guidelines to be scrutinized at global meeting WASHINGTON — The injunction in the case of Sherely v. Sebelius halting federal funding of embryonic stem cell research will be the subject of intense focus at the 2010 World Stem Cell Summit at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, October 4-6, […]

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MSU faculty, staff, students can register for 2010 World Stem Cell Summit

Michigan State University faculty, staff and students have the opportunity to take part in the 2010 World Stem Cell Summit, to be held in Detroit on Oct. 4-6 and hosted in part by MSU, University of Michigan, Wayne State University and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. The conference, organized by the non-profit Genetics Policy Institute, […]

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Scientists stumped by stem cell ruling

With the clock ticking, scientists working with human embryonic stem cells were grappling Tuesday with how to use their remaining federal research funds before a court ruling forces them to bring their work to an abrupt end.

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Stem-cell ruling leaves researchers hanging

In Miami, scientists have injected bone marrow-derived stem cells into 40 people whose cardiac muscle was deadened by heart attacks. In Santa Monica, Calif., human embryonic stem cells are being studied for their potential to restore vision to the blind. And the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently gave biotech firm Geron the first green light to […]

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World Stem Cell Summit featured in "Stem Cell Scientists Fear Election Impact"

All but two of the gubernatorial candidates in Tuesday’s primary oppose stem cell research, raising concerns that scientific efforts will be ratcheted back even before they take root in the state.

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