The True Potential of Space Life Science Research

Umbilical cord 'stem cell' hope, BBC

Growing hope over umbilical-cord stem cells, Houston Chronicle

Microgravity tech could sway stem cell debate, CNet

"Microgravity technology developed by NASA can multiply stem cells from a newborn's blood in large enough quantities to be used to regenerate human tissue, London scientists have found."

Editor's note: Just as NASA's space life science research provides a real potential to do good, Mike Griffin wants to put bring it all to a halt.

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This page contains a single entry by Keith Cowing published on August 19, 2005 9:26 AM.

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