Stem Cell Research – A Beautiful Thing

Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell
Photo credit: Bruce Conklin at the J. David Gladstone Institutes

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, that state’s funding agency for stem cell research, held a stem cell photo contest in 2008 among its funded scientists.

From hundreds of entries depicting stem cell research, these 12 were chosen as the most beautiful. The diverse images represent the wide range of stem cell research taking place in California.

To learn more about stem cell research, check out CIRMTV on YouTube.

Thanks to Don Gibbons at CIRM for sharing these beautiful images.

One Response to Stem Cell Research – A Beautiful Thing

  1. That’s an incredible image!

    I keep wondering what the little white pointy things are. Any ideas?

    (The other images are also beautiful. I love the one of the neurons making connections with each other! And the retina cells!)

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