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If a Starfish Can Grow a New Arm, Why Can't I?

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The exhibit is funded by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Center for Research Resources, a component of the National Institutes of Health.

Links to Learn More

There's lots more to learn about tissue engineering from leading research centers right here in Pittsburgh and around the world! Click on one of the links below to explore!

Educational Support & Research Organizations

Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative
www.ptei.org

SEPA: Educational Resources
www.ncrrsepa.org

National Science and Technology Council (NSTC)
www.tissueengineering.gov


Classroom Activities & Materials

Northwest Association for Biomedical Research
www.nwabr.org

Duquesne University Regenerative Medicine Partnership in Education
www.sepa.duq.edu

Iowa State University Bioethics Outreach on Stem Cells
www.bioethics.iastate.edu

Learn.Genetics™ Activities from the University of Utah
learn.genetics.utah.edu

Tissue Engineering: Parts A, B, & C
www.liebertpub.com/ten


Webcasts & Videos

Podcast Index of 'Regenerative Medicine Today' at the McGowan Institute
www.regenerativemedicinetoday.com

HHMI's BioInteractive - Stem Cells: Lecture Series
www.hhmi.org


Background Information and Reference

National Institutes of Health 'Stem Cell Basics'
stemcells.nih.gov

US: Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science
www.copusproject.org

International Society for Stem Cell Research: Glossary
www.isscr.org/glossary

Kansas University - Stem Cell Research Basics
www.kumc.edu

Stem Cell Terminology: Practical, Theological, and Ethical Implications
www.encyclopedia.com

Tissue Engineering - Wikipedia
en.wikipedia.org



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