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The Canadian Stem Cell Network (SCN) is a nonprofit corporation created in 2008 to act as a catalyst to translate stem cell research into practical clinical applications, commercial products, and public policy, and to help ensure that Canada continues to be a global leader in stem cell research. SCN is part of the Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE), a Canadian program created in 1989 to promote excellence in science and technology and the translation of scientific discoveries into products, services, and processes that hold the promise to improve Canadian life. SCN is hosted by the University of Ottawa and is governed by a board of directors, a research management committee, a scientific advisory board, and an ethical, legal, and social issues scientific advisory ...

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