The Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures will honor John and Lynne Boyer at its annual tribute luncheon. The luncheon will be held on May 13, 2013 at Happy Hollow Club
On April 1214, 2013, Nebraskans will explore the wonders of science through the inaugural Nebraska Science Festival, which will feature science and technology related activities.
The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a long-standing appeal from scientists who tried to block funding of stem cell research on human embryos. - CNN
Chancellor Harold Maurer has transformed the University of Nebraska Medical Center. - Lincoln Journal Star
Six undergraduate students from four Nebraska colleges and universities recently received the 2012 Richard Holland Future Scientist Award from the Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures.
Scientists discover a stem cell that causes heart disease - MNT
Stem cell controversy could see new life with regent election shuffle. - Lincoln Journal Star
Two women losing their sight to progressive forms of blindness may have regained some vision while participating in an experiment testing a treatment - NPR
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have grown human embryonic stem cells into neurons - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Linda and Charles Wilson, M.D. were presented with the First Annual Lifesaver Award at a luncheon in Lincoln on September 8.
Geron made medical history last October, when it treated subject number one in the first-ever trial of a human embryonic stem cell (hESC) therapy, for spinal cord injury. - Nature.com
Human skin cells can be converted directly into functional neurons in a period of four to five weeks - Science Daily
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