“Jurassic Park Without the Scary Parts” Is Actually Happening

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Two of six female Southern white rhinos who were brought to the San Diego Safari Park to serve as surrogate mothers for the embryos that scientists hope to make from gametes from induced pluripotent stem cells. (Courtesy Jeanne Loring.)

[Editor's Note: This video is the first of a five-part series titled “The Future Is Now: The Revolutionary Power of Stem Cell Research." Produced in partnership with the Regenerative Medicine Foundation, and filmed at the annual 2019 World Stem Cell Summit, this series illustrates how stem cell research will profoundly impact life on earth. A new video will be published every Monday this month.]

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