Our achievements. Our accomplishments. Our impact.



  • Public Engagement

    The Stem Cell Network has elevated the level of public discourse and understanding about stem cells in Canada by engaging Canadians in artistic, accessible and innovative explorations of emerging issues in the field and by becoming an active and respected presence online.

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  • Commercialization

    The Stem Cell Network’s catalysis of commercialization of stem cell research has led to 399 patent applications, 60 issued patents, 43 licenses granted, the growth or launch of 11 start-up biotechnology companies and the establishment of a new Centre for the Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM) to develop a strong industry presence in several emerging technology areas likely to be crucial to the future delivery of stem cell-based therapies.

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  • Till & McCulloch Meetings

    The Stem Cell Network’s Annual General Meeting, which metamorphosed into the Till & McCulloch Meetings, is a one-of-a-kind venue for trainees and young scientists to network and gain experience in the competitive field of regenerative medicine.

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  • Patient Engagement

    The Stem Cell Network engaged world-leading researchers and ethicists to provide Canadians with credible and accessible information on the latest advancements in stem cell research.

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  • Establishing a Community

    By prioritizing multidisciplinary research partnerships among stem cell researchers across Canada, the Stem Cell Network integrated the country’s previously fractured landscape into a comprehensive and globally respected research community.

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  • Student Engagement

    In collaboration with educators, researchers and graduate-level trainees, the Stem Cell Network has directly engaged thousands of high school students across the country to enhance their learning about various aspects of stem cell research.

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