Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but it’s been a long week for me and it will continue over the weekend with grants and papers, etc. That’s just par for the course in science. Some of you have seen that I had an article published this week in HuffingtonPost. You can read it here. It is a look back at the crazy year of 2011 in stem cells. The piece is a humor one, poking fun at the whole stem cell universe but …Read More
If a stem cell could talk, what would it say (tweet?) I imagine stem cells like teenagers. So much potential but at times difficult. Below is my take on what a stem cell being prepared for transplantation would Tweet. Life is too short to always take everything 100% seriously so here’s some humor.
What are the Best Stem Cell Journals in 2020 and is there a stem cell journal list out there? I’ve covered this topic for many years. In this post I have updated the material from over the years and dug more deeply into the question. Looking for a stem cell journal? A regenerative medicine journal more focused on translation and clinical applications? Something more molecular or cellular? Developmental? Where to go for unbiased info? If you need to publish your latest exciting stem cell …Read More
People ask me questions about stem cells all the time so I decide to do a new blog series answering your questions. Today’s post is the first in this new stem cell Q&A series. Past series have included my Elephant in the Lab series that provides some insights into the craziness that sometimes goes on in academic research with sometimes biting science humor. I’ve also gotten many great questions on my Reddit AMAs both about stem cells and CRISPR. I’m focusing today on a …Read More