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"Stem Cell Bioprocessing: The Role of Chemical Engineering"

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In recent years, the potential of stem cell research for tissue engineering-based therapies and regenerative medicine clinical applications has become well established. Bioprocessing and commercialization of stem cell/tissue-engineered products can translate breakthroughs from the research bench to the bedside of the patient.This seminar will aim to illustrate the role of chemical engineering in stem cell bioprocessing. ——- The venue will be the Plant Science Lecture Theatre, Downing site. Come to enjoy this interesting talk and join us for a wine reception afterwards. The talk is FREE for members and 2£ for non-members.

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