Cancer detection system:
Porcine SCID cancer model:
E.R. Frank Award
The Kansas Association of Broadcasters awarded Community Bridge it's First Place Award for public affairs programming for 2008 for the program entitle "The Kansas Stem Cell Debate."
This episode of
Community Bridge features Brad Kemp, Executive Director of Kansans for
Lifesaving Cures and Dr. Mark Weiss of the K-State School of Veterinary
Medicine in a discussion of the issues around stem cell research.
Kansans for Lifesaving Cures' policy position is that any stem cell research, therapies or cures that are permitted by federal law should be allowed in Kansas – provided that such activities are conducted ethically and safely and do not involve human reproductive cloning.
Professors strive for FDA approval of stem-cell research - October 23, 2007 - K-State Collegian
Equine Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Isolated; Suitable for Variety of Uses
by: Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc
September 22 2007, Article # 10455
This week's KPR
Stem Cells Without All The Controversy - November 13, 2006
K-State Establishes New Institute to Study Stem Cells - 02 September 2005
MANHATTAN -- Scientists at Kansas State University have established the Midwest Institute for Comparative Stem Cell Biology to expand research around stem cells derived from the umbilical cord matrix after birth. (Read more)
K-State Researchers Pioneers In Non-Controversial Stem Cell Research - 03 August 2006
MANHATTAN -- What if there was a non-controversial, inexhaustible supply of stem cells? What if the cells could be harvested and transplanted into animals yielding promising results with a disease such as Parkinson's?