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Happy New Year 2014!

This is a short post just to wish all of you a happy new year. I hope 2014 will be an exciting year for regeneration and it will bring us tens of papers reporting novel data on how our beloved friends are able to regrow injured or lost organs, structures and body parts. I will stay here blogging about basic research focussed on understanding this fascinating biological process.

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  1. Sahaphap says:

    May this New year Brings you
    Everlasting Happiness and peace
    Success in whatever you do
    Prosperity to you and your family
    Fills your home with joy and spirit
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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Francesc Cebrià

Francesc Cebrià

Francesc Cebrià

I am a Biologist and Professor at the University of Barcelona. I do my research on a fascinating animal: freshwater planarians. You can cut them in as many pieces as you want and each piece will regenerate a complete new flatworm in very few days. In this blog I will keep you updated on the latest news on the field of animal regeneration. You will be able to follow the latest research on how planarians, axolotls, newts, cnidarians and other animals are able to regenerate parts of their bodies

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