The Darwin Lecture: Stem cell research and potential applications for the treatment of eye disease
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Martin Evans presents a lecture on his work in the field of stem cell research. He explains how he came upon the discoveries that won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2007, and developments since then. Evans concludes by explaining how cell therapy can have long term effects on regeneration of eye cells.
This lecture was part of an event called "The Darwin lecture on science and medicine" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture:30th October 2013
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