Almost every screening will be followed by a Q&A with a stem cell scientist, an opportunity to engage more deeply with scientific developments.
You can request to host your own screening.
Screening as part of the Dundee Science Festival.
Following the ﬁlm screening, there will also be the opportunity to discuss the issues surrounding this topical subject in an informal discussion with stem cell scientists and clinicians.
£3 ticket price covers tea and coffee during discussion. BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Buy online or contact DCA on (01382) 909900.
Organised by School of Medicine, University of Dundee.
Please note that DCA and the Dundee Science Festival may still be calling the film by its provisional title, STEM CELLS: A VISION OF THE FUTURE. Don't get confused, it's essentially the same film!
Screening at the ScienceTeller Festival 2011.
NESCI at Newcastle University are hosting a viewing of STEM CELL REVOLUTIONS. The screening is particularly targeted at Year 12/13 students, but everyone is welcome. The film will be shown in full (70 mins) and there will be an opportunity to speak to leading scientists and current university students about the subject.
The screening will be hosted by Prof Michael Whitaker.
4.30pm Introduction from Prof Michael Whitaker
4.40pm Screening of Stem Cell Revolutions
5.50pm Informal reception with scientists and students (refreshments provided)
6.30pm Event close
Includes Q&A with scientist Caroline Pope.
Screening at the Science Fair during the annual conference of the Association for Science Education. Professor Charles ffrench-Constant will be available for questions afterwards.
Screening followed by a discussion with Val Wilson.
Screening followed by a discussion with Paul Travers.
Screening as part of the 16th edition of the VEDERE LA SCIENZA festival.
Our film won the main award at the VEDERE LA SCIENZA festival and will be screened again to the public in a special programme.