• Breakthrough as scientists grow sheep embryos containing human cells
    Growing human organs inside other animals has taken another step away from science-fiction, with researchers announcing they have grown sheep embryos containing human cells.

  • UW STUDY ADVANCES GENE THERAPY FOR GLAUCOMA
    While testing genes to treat glaucoma by reducing pressure inside the eye, University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists stumbled onto a problem: They had trouble getting efficient gene delivery to the cells that act like drains to control fluid pressure in the eye.

  • Study maps molecular mechanisms crucial for new approach to heart disease therapy
    Creating new healthy heart muscle cells within a patients own ailing heart. This is how scientists hope to reverse heart disease one day. Today, a new study led by UNC-Chapel Hill researchers reveals key molecular details that should be useful in developing this ambitious approach.

  • In Race for Blood Cancer Therapy, a Chinese Biotech Firm Surges 500 percent
    In the global race to use human immune cells to fight cancers, a little-known Chinese firm called GenScript Biotech Corp. is emerging as one of the biggest stock gainers.

  • Scientists take tissue-engineering approach to improve healing related to skeletal system
    "Take a knee." "On bended knee." A "knee-slapper." "The bees knees." The knee certainly carries a lot of weight in the English language, just as it does in the body. As the largest and one of the most complicated joints, the knee is also one of the most easily injured. Anatomically, its no wonder – the knee connects the two longest levers in the body: the thigh and lower leg.

 

 

Vice-presidency News
Startups and knowledge-based companies lay the foundation for development of basic education
According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, Sorena Sattari, the vice president for science and technology affairs, expressed that Tehran is one of the creative and innovative cities of Iran with a potential capacity of transformation during his visit of the book garden of Tehran, stating: the scientific capacities and foundations of Tehran, which contains millions of young individuals, play a significant role in change of educational direction and methods.
 15:47 - 17/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
creative and knowledge-based businesses have changed the economic environment
According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, Sorena Sattari, the president of the national elites foundation, pointed out the bright future of tourism industry and travel during his visit of the startup of “Ali Baba”, stating: formation and development of startups and knowledge-based companies will lead to a favorable future for tourism
 10:32 - 14/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
World News
Breakthrough as scientists grow sheep embryos containing human cells
Growing human organs inside other animals has taken another step away from science-fiction, with researchers announcing they have grown sheep embryos containing human cells.
 10:19 - 21/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
UW STUDY ADVANCES GENE THERAPY FOR GLAUCOMA
While testing genes to treat glaucoma by reducing pressure inside the eye, University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists stumbled onto a problem: They had trouble getting efficient gene delivery to the cells that act like drains to control fluid pressure in the eye.
 10:00 - 21/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
Council News
Unveiling the Four-year Performance Book of the Council for Stem Cells Sciences and Technologies
According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, the four-year performance book of the council for stem cells sciences and technologies was unveiled on the 130th executive meeting of the mentioned council.
 11:19 - 12/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
The third congress of stem cells and regenerative medicine in urology and nephrology will be held
The symposium on immune-cell therapy in cancer will be held March 1st 2018 with the cooperation of the council for stem cells sciences and technologies.
 10:58 - 07/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
National News
The first stage of the third student Olympiad of stem cells and regenerative medicine
The first stage of the third student Olympiad of stem cells and regenerative medicine was held by the efforts of council for stem cells sciences and technologies.
 10:26 - 03/02/2018 - Comments : 0More >>
Interview with Dr. Hamideh Morravej, a researcher in dermatology and stem cell sciences
According to the Public Relations and International Affairs of the council for stem cell sciences and technologies, Dr. Hamideh Morravej, a researcher in dermatology and stem cell sciences participated in an interview.
 12:57 - 05/12/2017 - Comments : 0More >>