Celebrate 25 Years of Scientific Progress
In the 1970s and 80s, research progress on blood-forming stem cells was limited by the lack of optimized cell culture media. Drs. Connie and Allen Eaves, cancer researchers who founded the Terry Fox Laboratory in Vancouver, therefore developed a standardized media that allowed growth of colonies of both red and white cells in the same culture dish. This media, called MethoCult™, became the world standard for studying normal and leukemic blood-forming stem cells. STEMCELL Technologies was founded 25 years ago to enable large scale manufacture and global distribution of this media.
Win One of 25 Travel Awards
Share your science at a conference. To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are providing $500 travel awards to 25 scientists to attend a conference of their choice. Simply tell us about a scientific discovery from the past 25 years and how it has inspired you for your chance to win.