On March 2, 2004, in an interactive
videoconference hosted by the Harvard Club of New York, and broadcast
to Cambridge, Washington, D.C., and Naples, Florida, Harvard President
Lawrence H. Summers and a panel of distinguished University scientists
discussed the establishment of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. The
new Institute's "singular goal" is to move the University's
cutting-edge research on embryonic stem cells, with their unique regenerative
capacities, from the laboratory to the clinic.
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