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Advances in stem cell research have been coming fast and furious in recent years, and the Harvard Stem Cell Institute has been right in the middle of the fray. Founded by scientific co-directors David Scadden and Doug Melton just five years ago, the institute was conceived as "a convening force" that would "bring together people who work on different parts of the large portfolio of research in stem cell biology and stem cell ethics and other aspects," Scadden says.

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