Scientists have successfully taken cells from human adults and used them to clone blastocysts in a lab.
Recent improvements in creating artificial blood for transfusions may lead to a readily available blood supply manufactured in large laboratories or factories that's safer and cheaper than donations from humans.
Scientists discover that combining stem cells with a drug can repair and even strengthen muscles in old mice.
Scientists figure out how to turn regular adult stem cells into hair-generating stem cells, which may lead to a better treatment for baldness.
Maybe don't go doodling in the margins of your textbooks with this one.
In what appears to be a first, Japanese researchers have used stem cell science to generate working human liver cells, a breakthrough that could lead to the end of organ donor transplants.
Hannah Warren is the youngest person to ever receive a trachea made from stem cells.
Using stems cells from both humans and mice, researchers have managed to grow teeth from scratch.
A group of U.K. scientists are working to use stem cells to make 3D-printed replacement organs rather than relying on human donors.
Taylor Binns never planned to experience a simple delight of the world again: seeing it. The world was slowly going black, and time was running out. So he took his only options: a new procedure using stem cells. What we all take for granted became his gift: he could see again.