About us

About EuroStemCell

EuroStemCell is here to help European citizens make sense of stem cells. We provide independent, expert-reviewed information and road-tested educational resources on stem cells and their impact on society. We’ve received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

Who we are

We’re a partnership of more than 400 stem cell and regenerative medicine labs across Europe, connected via research centres, consortia, networks and hubs. Scientists, clinicians, ethicists, social scientists and science communicators are all part of the project. Meet our partners.

We also work closely with patients, educators, regulators and policy makers to foster engagement and develop material that meets their needs.

Our project team, based in Edinburgh, brings together a range of science communications expertise – from schools engagement and training to resource development, science writing, filmmaking and event management. 

What we do

This website is the main focus for our work - a multilingual platform where non-specialist audiences can find out about the latest developments in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.

Read more about the different strands of our work.

The history of EuroStemCell

EuroStemCell is now in it’s third iteration. Two projects funded under the European Commission’s Sixth and Seventh Framework Programmes precede this one.

Read more about the history of EuroStemCell.

Contact us

We welcome your feedback and contributions to this site. Use our contact form to get in touch, or find us on Twitter or Facebook.

If you have general questions about stem cells, try our FAQ, fact sheets and glossary.