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Stem cells allow for growth, development, and repair in our bodies and also have tremendous potential for a variety of medical applications and personalized medicine. In this module you will further explore the functions, types, challenges, and applications of stem cells.
By the end of this module, you should be able to:
– Describe the role of stem cells in living organisms
– Recognize the different types of stems cells based on unique characteristics
– Discuss the various uses and applications of stem cells
– Identify the advantages and challenges associated with working with the different types of stem cells
What are Stem Cells? (TED Ed) (Links to an external site.)
This 4-minute video briefly describes the role, different types, and medical potential of stem cells.
Stem Cells Breakthrough (NOVA ScienceNow) (Links to an external site.)
This 14-minute video describes the discovery, limitations, and medical applications of iPS cells. Note:Please watch from minute 26-40 for the stem cell segment.
**This video was also assigned in the Scientist spotlight #1 assignment
Could Tissue Engineering Mean Personalized Medicine? (TED) (Links to an external site.)
This 6-minute video explains how pluripotent stem cells can be used to make personalized models of organs on which to test new drugs and treatments.
Regenerating a Nose (Films on Demand) (Links to an external site.)
This 2-minute video segment demonstrates what can happen when 3D printing meets stem cell regenerative medicine.
Stem Cell Information (Links to an external site.)
This website is created and maintained by the National Institutes of Health. It provides detailed information about the three types of stem cells in an easy-to-understand Q&A format.
Stem Cells (Links to an external site.)
This website is created and maintained by the University of Utah’s Genetic Science Learning Center. It provides information regarding the types of stem cells, ethical considerations, and current and future applications