Stem cells – Nature podcast special

At the end of June 2006, Nature published an hour-long stem cell special (in addition to their weekly podcast).  Although rather advanced for recommending directly to secondary level students, it may serve as a useful primer for you and/or for university students.  Both the audio file and a transcript are available free from , look down the list for the June 28th 2006 edition.

2 Responses to Stem cells – Nature podcast special

  1. AJC says:

    I wonder how many students are truly “plugged in” to podcasts yet? Not many in the UK in my experience.

  2. […] As a counterpoint to the Nature podcast on the outcome of the fabricated data by Hwang Woo-Suk, the Centre for Bioethics and Human Dignity offers this alternative view on the implications of the faked work for the stem cell field. “The real lesson of the Korean cloning scandal” is a 10 minute podcast presented by Do No Harm: The Coalition for Research Ethics. A transcript of the podcast can be found at and the audio track can be reached from that page. […]

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