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EuroStemCell toolkit

A growing set of downloadable, mix-and-match stem cell resources and activities suitable for a variety of educational settings. All components have been extensively tested, and come with full instructions.

Available in several European languages.

ISSCR: a closer look at stem cell treatments

Helps patients evaluate stem cell treatments
Malattia: 
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GSCN video: Andreas Trumpp (EN)

In this short video by the German Stem Cell Network, scientist Andreas Trumpp talks about his research on cancer stem cells.

In German, dubbed into English.

GSCN video: Anthony D. Ho (EN)

Anthony D. Ho has focused on blood stem cells in his research for the past thirty years and continues to push therapeutic possibilities in the fields of leukemia and lymphoma. In this video by the German Stem Cell Network he talks about his work.

In German, dubbed into English

GSCN video: Magdalena Götz (EN)

Magdalena Götz from the Helmholtz Zentrum München is a leading researcher in the field of neuronal stem cells.

In this video, produced by the German Stem Cell Network, she talks about her work. In German, dubbed into English.

Orphanet | patient registries

Search for patient registries and biobanks relevant to rare diseases at the portal for rare diseases and orphan drugs

Orphanet | patient organisations

Portal for rare diseases and orphan drugs: patient organisations listing

TREAT-NMD patient registries

List of patient registries for neuromuscular conditions.

UK Clinical Trials Gateway

Easy to understand information about clinical research trials running in the UK

Let's Talk Stem Cells

This activity provides teachers with a resource which supports (i) an understanding of stem cells, (ii) how they can be used therapeutically, and (iii) a discussion activity which raises some of the issues relating to stem cells. In the Scottish Curriculum, the resource supports CfE level 4 science outcomes and the stem cell outcomes from National 4 and 5 Biology.

This resource also helps teachers encourage young people to:

  • make informed personal decisions and choices<
  • express opinions and show respect for others' views
  • develop informed social, moral and ethical views of scientific, economic and environmental issues
  • discuss and debate scientific ideas and issues.
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