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Stem Cell Research Goes Beyond Biology

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Photo of Todd McDevitt pointing to an aggregate of embryonic stem cells with blue-stained nuclei.

Todd McDevitt, an assistant professor in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University, points to an aggregate of embryonic stem cells with blue-stained nuclei undergoing differentiation.

Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech


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Overlaid images showing incorporation of microspheres (red) in embryoid bodies (gray clusters).

A fluorescence microscopy image is overlaid with a phase image to display the incorporation of microspheres (red) in embryoid bodies (gray clusters).

Credit: Todd McDevitt, Georgia Tech


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