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DASCS 3rd Symposium about Stem Cells

07 Mar 2014 - 08 Mar 2014 - Nyborg Strandhotel, Nyborg, Denmark

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For many years stem cell researchers within University and industry institutions have sought an independent forum to exchange knowledge and to establish collaborations across the country.  Founded in 2012, DASCS was therefore a welcomed initiative, clearly reflected in the large number of registered members (130) shortly after the society launched in September 2012.

After our first successful event, DASCS aims at hosting an annual Stem Cell Symposium listing several national and internationally renowned stem cell researchers who will talk about the latest progress within their respective fields.

DASCS invites everyone with an interest to sign up for our Symposiums and other events – and we highly encourage our participants to network and become inspired from the forefront of Danish and International stem cell science.

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