Scientists call for EU embryo research and development consensus
This article was originally published in Clinica
Leading EU scientists have called on member states to remove political and legislative barriers to stem cell research, in the belief that differences in policy "seriously hinder [its] advancement", particularly with regard to international collaboration and sharing biomedical knowledge. Despite the common funding provided for this under the European Commission's FP-6 and FP-7 research frameworks, "scientists within Europe cannot freely exchange personnel and cell lines", said ESTOOLS consortium co-ordinator Professor Peter Andrews.
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