Newsroom | WiCell Press Releases

2015

 

6.24.15

NHLBI Next Gen Consortium - partners with WiCell to distribute over 1,500 well-characterized, novel cell lines for use in disease research

   

2014

 

6.18.14 

WiCell and UK Stem Cell Bank Aim to Reduce Costs for Researchers through Mutual Exchange of Stem Cell Lines

1.16.14

WiCell expands offerings for researching human disease with cell lines designed by Life Technologies for fluorescent protein expression

   

2012



12.4.12

WiCell Teams with Agilent Technologies to Offer High-Resolution CGH+SNP Microarray Service

   

2011

 

4.8.11

UW-Madison scientists report chromosomal changes comparable in iPS & hES cells

 

 

2010

 

4.27.10

NIH reapproves WiCell’s H9 and three other Wisconsin stem cell lines for use in federally funded research

3.9.10

Anniversary of Obama’s easing of limitations on stem cell research marked by WiCell’s WISC Bank expansion

1.29.10

NIH approves Wisconsin H1 stem cell line for continued use in federally-funded research

 

 

2009

 

12.8.09

NIH hES cell approval update under new federal funding guidelines

9.15.09

WiCell donates $1 million of equipment to UW-Madison labs to support stem cell research and scientists on campus

7.6.09

First cGMP feeder-independent pluripotent stem cell banks released for distribution

1.12.09

Cellartis deposits cell lines with U.S. National Stem Cell Bank

 

 

2008

 

8.21.08

WiCell Research Institute launches new stem cell bank

7.14.08

Rural Wisconsin high school students get hands-on learning experience

4.9.08

Erik Forsberg appointed executive director of WiCell Research Institute

 

 

2007

 

12.10.07

Korean delegation visits Wisconsin and WiCell to learn about establishing stem cell bank

9.7.07

National Stem Cell Bank announces addition of new cell lines

7.17.07

Wisconsin students attend first-time summer science camp hosted by WiCell Research Institute

6.14.07

BD Biosciences and StemCell Technologies sign license agreements with WARF to commercialize novel culture media and surfaces for human embryonic stem cell research

2.9.07

International stem cell experts visit cutting-edge Madison for research collaboration opportunities

1.22.07

Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation changes stem cell policies to encourage greater collaboration

 

 

2006

 

12.22.06

Norwegian stem cell company comes to Madison

9.19.06

National Stem Cell Bank announces addition of new cell lines

9.12.06

WiCell and Advanced Cell Technology offer to distribute new stem cell lines to U.S. researchers

1.1.06

Wisconsin scientists grow two new stem cell lines in animal cell-free culture

 

 

2005

 

10.3.05

WiCell to establish national stem cell bank

2.17.05

Scientists rid stem cell culture of key animal cells

 

 

2003

 

10.13.03

Stem cell pioneer receives 2003 Frank Annunzio Award

2.10.03

Gene targeting technique extended to stem cells