Tag Archives: Ali Brivanlou

In the News – Wall Street Journal – Brivanlou

Researchers Seek Guidelines for Embryo-Like Entities Created in Labs   “Some researchers say the concern is premature. Scientists in the lab of Ali Brivanlou at the Rockefeller University in 2014 published work describing how they reprogrammed cells taken from human … More »

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In the News – NPR – Brivanlou

Embryo Experiments Reveal Earliest Human Development, But Stir Ethical Debate   “‘The amazing thing is that it’s doing its thing without any information from mom,’ Brivanlou says. ‘It just has all the information already in it. That was mind-blowing to … More »

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Human embryo discovery wins People’s Choice of Science Breakthrough of the Year

Human embryo discovery wins People’s Choice Science Breakthrough of the YearA revolutionary system that allows researchers to study human embryo development in the lab was chosen by Science magazine readers as the scientific advancement of 2016 that has done the most to benefit humanity, answer long-standing questions, or pave the way for fruitful research.
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In the News – Radiolab – Brivanlou

The Primitive Streak   “Last May, two research groups [one of which was the Brivanlou lab] announced a breakthrough: they each grew human embryos, in the lab, longer than ever before. In doing so, they witnessed a period of human … More »

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In the News – Mental Floss – Brivanlou

What Iran May Be Able to Teach Us About Stem Cells   “Now, there are opportunities for collaborations with non-Iranian scientists—which has Ali Brivanlou, who leads the Stem Cell Biology and Molecular Embryology lab at The Rockefeller University, intrigued about … More »

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In the News – Ars Technica – 7/11/14

3D printing used to control stem cell differentiation   Scientists from the Laboratory of Stem Cell Biology and Molecular Embryology at Rockefeller University are using principles from geometry to control the patterns through which [human embryonic stem cells] develop.

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