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Small miracle: Stem cells drive research and entrepreneurship in Madison

Neural Stem Cells

From five examples of human embryonic stem cells in 1998 to 1,364 different lines of stem cell cultures today, the field of stem cell research has come so far in the past 20 years.

The Capital Times highlights stem cell research milestones, challenges and future prospects on the 20th anniversary of stem cell research at UW-Madison in “Small miracles: Stem cells drive research and entrepreneurship in Madison.” The article features the work of Waisman Center investigator Su-Chun Zhang, a pioneer in developing stem cell-derived neural cells.

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