Immortality, Fountain of Youth… Both are popular tropes repeated in popular science fiction and fantasy literature and movies. It is an idea that has permeated human minds over the history of man. But how close are we today to living forever or, at the very least, looking younger until we die? What are scientists doing now to get us closer?
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Infographic: Growing human embryos — How long should researchers watch human development play out in a dish?
In May, the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) released new guidelines that relaxed the 14-day rule, taking away ...
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