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Newcastle scientists get UK's first stem cell license

ide the technical and scientific issues in this promising area of science.

Professor John Burn, Executive Director of Life Knowledge Parkadded, "These developments vindicate our decision to make stem cells a focus of our investment. The Newcastle team has shown itself to be a world leader in what could be the major field for the life sciences in the coming decade."

Richard Maudslay, One NorthEast Deputy Chairman and Chairman of the region's Science & Industry Council, said: "This announcement is a clear demonstration that the NorthEast can lead in cutting-edge areas of science and that our investments in the region's science base are already reaping rewards. It places the NorthEast on the map as a leading center for biomedical research, which will not only contribute to advancements in understanding and treating debilitating disease, but will lead to job opportunities in the region and attract and retain talented researchers."


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