Cells: from Robert Hooke to Cell Therapy – a 350 year journey

May 1, 2015

Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor Sir Ian Wilmut FRS, Professor Johan Hyllner and Professor Chris Mason

The importance of cellular structure was first recognised by the British scientist Robert Hooke and described in Micrographia (Royal Society, September 1665). In this meeting, world-leading researchers will describe the way in which new approaches to cell therapy are being provided by our progressively greater understanding of the biology of cells, in particular different populations of stem cells.

This event is intended for researchers in relevant fields and is free to attend.

For further information and to register please use the below link.

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