REMEDI Director Timothy O'Brien, one of Ireland’s leading experts on stem cells, addressed the 8th World Stem Cell Summit, in Florida yesterday.
Colon cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer-related deaths in Ireland and represents a significant health problem.
Officials from the Chinese Government Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) visited the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) last week.
A major new €6 million European project designed to address complications associated with diabetes and led by REMEDI and Orbsen Therapeutics is featured in todays Irish Times.
'Treating Autism- Can Stem cells help?'
REMEDI and St. Angela’s College, Sligo have teamed up to co-host a screening of Stem Cell Revolutions.
NUI Galway has risen by 31 places in the latest University World Rankings.
REMEDI Newsletter issue 9 is now available for download.
A REMEDI research paper is featured in today's Irish Times.
Check out these Back to School stem cell ideas for teachers and students.
World-leading experts from the field of stem cell science will convene at NUI Galway on 29-30 October 2014.