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Learn from movies
Go into the bone with our movies, see Dr. Allevable's Unbelievable Laboratory (K-8).

ResourcesAdditional Website Resources:
Stem Cells: Cells With Potential
An informational website created by the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, California. Also contains animated movies about the importance of stem cells and how stem cells move.

Stem Cell Information: Online Resources            
Contains a list of additional educational resources beneficial for teachers.

Stem Cells in the Spotlight
A website created by the University of Utah highlighting a great deal of information about stem cells. Can help students and teachers alike find the answers to all their questions about stem cells!

Other Fun Things:

“A Stem Cell Story: Introducing Stem Cells”
A detailed introduction to the world of stem cells created by the European Consortium for Stem Cell Research

Create Stem Cells
Clicking the “Stem Cells” link, students can learn how to make their own models of stem cells using clay or salt dough.

Microscope Imaging Station: Stem Cells
A collection of movies and images compiled by the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, California.

“Tissues of Life” Online Comic
Explore an interactive online comic about stem cells. Includes a bonus feature including information about where stem cells are found in the body and how they are gathered.

 



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