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A science outreach podcast produced by the University of Toronto campus of Let's Talk Science where you ask the questions!
Have questions you'd like to have answered on this podcast? Let us know:
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A science outreach podcast produced by the University of Toronto campus of Let's Talk Science where you ask the questions!
Have questions you'd like to have answered on this podcast? Let us know:
www.explorecuriocity.org/LTSoutloud
www.Facebook.com/LTSoutloud
Twitter: @LTSoutloud
www.soundcloud.com/LTSoutloud

    Episode Three - Differentiation

    Episode Three - Differentiation

    In the third and final part of our discussion of stem cells, we complete our conversation between Professor Derek van der Kooy and Claire Moffatt from the most recent Stem Cell Talks at the University of Toronto. Professor Ian Rogers from the Lunenfeld Institute at Princess Margaret Hospital returns to answer even more student questions from Stem Cell Talks. (music by Broken Social Scene)

    Be sure to send in any questions you'd like to have answered on the podcast!

    • 26 min
    Episode Two - Anything's possible [with stem cells?]

    Episode Two - Anything's possible [with stem cells?]

    We continue our discussion of stem cells with the second part of our conversation between Professor Derek van der Kooy and Claire Moffatt from the most recent Stem Cell Talks at the University of Toronto. Professor Ian Rogers from the Lunenfeld Institute at Princess Margaret Hospital joins us to answer student questions from Stem Cell Talks. (music by Grimes)

    • 29 min
    Episode One - In the beginning, there were stem cells

    Episode One - In the beginning, there were stem cells

    In our inaugural episode, we launch a three part series investigating stem cells, centered on a conversation between Professor Derek van der Kooy and Claire Moffatt from the most recent Stem Cell Talks at the University of Toronto. We also talk to MD/PhD student Brian Ballios about the basics of stem cell-based regenerative medicine, and their specific application in neuro-ophthalmology. (music by Caribou)

    • 25 min

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