Stem Cells: Developing New Cures

NYSCF has helped to create a video on stem cell research playing in the Hall of Human Origins at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. It portrays the promise of stem cell therapies for human disease and demonstrates the potential of the research to create opportunities for studying disease fundamentals.

NYSCF has helped to create a video on stem cell research currently playing in the Hall of Human Origins at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The video – a six and a half minute reminder of how far scientific research has come and how far it has to go – was part of the Museum’s Human Bulletin series. It portrays the promise of stem cell therapies for human disease and demonstrates the potential of the research to create opportunities for studying disease fundamentals.

The video played daily for Museum audiences on a large screen in the “Hall of Human Origins” and was part of a series on current research about the natural world. The video is on view on the Museum’s website here.