This award-winning film charts the history and scientific evolution of stem cell research – from the earliest experiments to leading current scientific and clinical developments. A genuine creative collaboration between scientists and filmmakers, our 71-minute documentary features beautiful hand-drawn animations and interviews with leading stem cell scientists, including recent Nobel Laureates Shinya Yamanaka and Sir John Gurdon.
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Read Cell Stem Cell's verdict on the film
"In their new documentary Stem Cell Revolutions, filmmakers Amy Hardie, director/producer, and Clare Blackburn, stem cell biologist, team up to present a fascinating portrait of the history of stem cell science and a provocative peek into its future. This is an elegant and deeply instructive piece of work, with wide potential for raising awareness of the promise and possibilities of stem cell science—both in formal educational settings and among lay generalists who are curious about the this area of biological investigation."
"All in all, Stem Cell Revolutions is a terrific addition to our educational library on the subject of stem cell science." – Cell Stem Cell
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