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Podcast of Reading and Discussion of The Biologist's Imagination: Innovation in the Biosciences at the University of Minnesota Bookstore


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discussion of The Stem Cell Dilemma

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on Hawaii Public Radio's public affairs program Town Square

Senator Jeff Bingaman, Co-Chair of the Science
and Technology Caucus, displays world stem cell map
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World Stem Cell Map

Nature, Dec. 22, 2005

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