Live Stream | Forever Young: The Promise Of Human Regeneration

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Queensland Museum says
Live From the World Science Festival in New York

Forever Young: The Promise of Human Regeneration
Friday 2 June
10 -11.30am

Exclusively live streamed at Queensland Museum Theatre
Level 2 Queensland Museum
Free Event

Synthetic blood mass-produced to meet supply shortages. Livers and kidneys “bioprinted” on demand. Missing fingers and toes re-grown with a jolt of bioelectricity.

Regenerative medicine promises to do more than just treat disease, injuries, or congenital conditions. It holds the potential to rejuvenate, heal, or completely replace damaged tissue and organs. If successful, regenerative medicine will have immense impact on how we care for the injured, sick and aging — and how we think about death. This program will explore mind-boggling medical advances as well as the societal and economic implications of a future in which everybody may truly be forever young.

Hosted by Emily Senay. Participants include Anthony Atala, Dany Spencer Adams, Stephen Badylak and Doris Taylor.

Bookings are not required for these events, but please note the Queensland Museum Theatre is a seated venue with a capacity of 120 patrons, so be early to secure your seat. Doors open at 9.30am.

Find out more http://www.worldsciencefestival.com.au/news/live-world-science-festival-new-york/
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By: Queensland Museum