The next big thing

Klein, Robert
August 2005
New Scientist;8/6/2005, Vol. 187 Issue 2511, p19
Presents information related to the stem cell research. Information related to Robert Klein who led the campaign to allow publicly funded stem cell research in California; Prospects of stem cell research; Steps taken by California to foster the stem cell research.


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