Science Magazine’s Breakthrough of the Year: 2008: Reprogramming Cells

Science Magazine's Breakthrough of the Year: 2008: Reprogramming Cells

This video introduction to Science’s year-end special issue features Shinya Yamanaka of Kyoto University, George Daley of Harvard University, and Science’s Gretchen Vogel reviewing some of the work that led studies in reprogramming cells to be tagged the top scientific story for 2008.
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