THE Stem Cell Podcast starts off as always with a brief discussion before we dive into the latest science papers of the past two weeks. In our round up we talk about topics ranging from a dinosaur with a huge nose, Alzheimer’s and beta amyloid, a new effective cancer drug, a revised STAP protocol, stem cells to fix your dog, stem cell tourism, amongst others. Then we bring on freelance science writer Karen Weintraub to discuss her recent piece in the New York Times on stem cells. We talk with her about the contents of her article and what she learned doing the research. We then close the show with a rant on automatic car window openers. Enjoy!
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PhotoReference: Courtesy of Karen Weintraub