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Stem Cell Network's Funding Competition results are in!

We are honoured to announce Stem Cell Network funding for a collaborative project lead by Prof. Tim Kieffer (University of British Columbia) through the Fueling Biotechnology Partnerships Program! This program is intended to encourage collaboration among Canadian stem cell researchers working on translational regenerative medicine therapies for clinical or market applications. Our project, A Bioprinted Insulin-Producing Device for Diabetes, will be a partnership between several researchers at McGill University, University of British Columbia, and University of Alberta. Stay tuned for some exciting research!

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer la sélection d'un projet collaboratif dirigé par Prof. Tim Kieffer à l'University of British Columbia. Le programme de soutient aux partenariats biotechnologiques visent à encourager les collaborations entre des chercheurs Canadiens qui travaillent sur des projets de médecine régénérative et de thérapie cellulaire. Notre projet, un dispositif biomédical pour le traitement du diabète, sera donc un partenariat entre plusieurs chercheurs de l'Université McGill, l'Université British Columbia et l'Université d'Alberta.

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