Siamo qui per aiutare i cittadini europei a capire cosa sono le cellule staminali.  Forniamo informazioni affidabili e indipendenti, nonché collaudate risorse didattiche sulle cellule staminali e il loro impatto sulla società.


A stem cell adventure

The comic book “A Stem Cell Adventure” (in Portuguese: “Uma Aventura Estaminal”) is part of a science communication project about stem cell research, involving several scientists at the Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology at the University of Coimbra, Portugal.

ISSCR invites comments on draft Guidelines for Stem Cell Science and Translation

The draft Guidelines for Stem Cell Science and Translation represent efforts by the ISSCR Guidelines Revision Task Force to revise and update the society’s existing guidance documents.

Carlo and the orange glasses: a children's picture book about stem cells

EuroStemCell hears from early-career researcher Vanessa de Mello about her latest creative project, a children's book about stem cells.

Trial to test stem cells for knee osteoarthritis

A large-scale clinical trial across six European countries will this year begin to test the use of adult stem cells as a treatment for knee osteoarthritis.

Regulation of unproven stem cell therapies – medicinal product or medical procedure?

This article is the second in a series of posts about unproven stem cell treatments by guest authors Casimir MacGregor, Alan Petersen and Megan Munsie. Their first post took a closer look at Germany's X-Cell Center and stem cell tourism. Here they consider the regulatory frameworks governing unproven stem cell treatments in Europe, the US and Australia.