Researchers from the Salk Institute took a major step forward in developing a new insulin-producing pancreatic cell cluster as a potential treatment for type 1 diabetes patients.
U.K.-based Bit Bio, a spinout of Cambridge University and previously known as Elpis Biotechnology, secured $41.5 million in a Series A funding round that will be used to support the company’s goal to transition biology into engineering.
Celltex Therapeutics Corporation began active discussions with the FDA regarding a study using using adult, autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cells against coronavirus (COVID-19)-type symptoms.
A group of researchers at Purdue University identified an epigenetic process that controls the behavior of stem cell enhancers.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals announced a deal to buy Semma Therapeutics, which focuses on using stem cell-derived human islets as a possible cure for type 1 diabetes.
Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick recently published research about a nanotechnology platform that helps identify what happens to specific stem cells.
There is a ban on conducting experiments on real human embryos after 14 days of growth, and researchers at Rockefeller University appear to have found a way to work around that ethical limitation.
Researchers with the Hubrecht Institute in Utrecht, Netherlands and Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands, developed a human model using organoids to evaluate the function of specific genes commonly mutated in liver cancer.
The Allen Institute for Cell Science launched the Integrated Mitotic Stem Cell, a new tool that visualizes mitosis.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration Acting Commissioner Ned Sharpless said he plans to “maintain FDA’s current course of action in every area and proceed full-speed ahead,” according to a statement issued by the regulatory agency.