In cells we trust – valid information about stem cells

by Alexey Bersenev on May 28, 2009 · 1 comment

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How to surf in information flow about stem cell? What sources should we trust? Where can we educate ourselves?

Unfortunately there are not many online sources of reliable information about stem cells. A huge part of information modified by mass media or advertisers.

Today I’ll indicate 3 – relatively new sources that I actively use last year for my own education. I can tell – you can trust these sources. They provide valid information.

1. StemBook

This is a real online book, written by leading scientists in the field. Updated regularly, freely available in pdf format.
For scientists, medical/biology students, physicians.
Who is behind: Harvard Stem Cell Institute
How to contribute – write a chapter!

2. Stem Cell Resources

Excellent educational resource for broad audience.
Who is behind: Bioscience Network (online publisher)
How to contribute: suggest a resource!

3. Stem Cell Gateway

For stem cell research community.
Who is behind: Springer (publisher)
How to contribute: submit your manuscript!

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Jim H May 28, 2009 at 5:21 pm

Great links! I’ve been surfing through them avoiding grant application and cell culture work all morning!

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