Story on NPR with Celeste Headlee | On Second Thought | October 23, 2015 Maybe it’s too late to save animals that are already extinct, but what about those that are on the verge of extinction? Researchers at the University of Georgia are on a mission to save species that will soon disappear by freezing […]
Article on CBS By Will Frampton | October 2, 2015 According to Dr. Franklin West, a leading stem cell researcher at the University of Georgia, adult stem cells could be used to help treat stroke, traumatic brain injury, and heart attacks. “I think stem cell technology is a paradigm changing technology,” said West.
Article on CNN By Jason Evans | October 2, 2015 (CNN) It’s a small lab, full of huge ideas. The University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center is building what’s being called a “frozen zoo,” a genetic storage center that their scientists believe will someday save endangered big cats (and eventually other species) from extinction. This […]