The Second International StemNet (Federation of Stem Cell Research Associations) meeting took place on 18–20 October 2023 in Brescia (Italy), with the support of the University of Brescia and the Zooprophylactic Institute of Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. The program of the meeting was articulated in nine sections: (1) Biomedical Communication in Italy: Critical Aspects; (2) StemNet Next Generation Session; (3) Cell-Free Therapies; (4) Tips and Tricks of Research Valorisation; (5) Stem Cells and Cancer; (6) Stem Cells in Veterinary Applications; (7) Stem Cells in Clinical Applications; (8) Organoids and 3D Systems; (9) induced pluripotent stem cells (iPCS) and Gene Therapy. National and International speakers presented their scientific works, inspiring debates and discussions among the attendees. The participation in the meeting was high, especially because of the young researchers who animated all the sessions and the rich poster session.

State of the Art and New Trends from the Second International StemNet Meeting.

Filippo Piccinini
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Pasquale Marrazzo;Manuela Monti;
2024

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The Second International StemNet (Federation of Stem Cell Research Associations) meeting took place on 18–20 October 2023 in Brescia (Italy), with the support of the University of Brescia and the Zooprophylactic Institute of Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. The program of the meeting was articulated in nine sections: (1) Biomedical Communication in Italy: Critical Aspects; (2) StemNet Next Generation Session; (3) Cell-Free Therapies; (4) Tips and Tricks of Research Valorisation; (5) Stem Cells and Cancer; (6) Stem Cells in Veterinary Applications; (7) Stem Cells in Clinical Applications; (8) Organoids and 3D Systems; (9) induced pluripotent stem cells (iPCS) and Gene Therapy. National and International speakers presented their scientific works, inspiring debates and discussions among the attendees. The participation in the meeting was high, especially because of the young researchers who animated all the sessions and the rich poster session.
2024
Ivana Ferrero, Filippo Piccinini, Pasquale Marrazzo, Manuela Monti, Caterina Pipino, Alessia Santa Giovanna Banche Niclot, Camilla Francesca Proto, Enrico Ragni, Ralf Hass, Giulia Maria Stella, Priscilla Berni, Ana Ivanovska, Katia Mareschi
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