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Educational Resources Directory

These educational resources have been gathered from around the EuroGCT partnership and beyond. This directory is intended to support educators and independent learners. The resources here are suitable for a range of audiences, from primary-school students to adult learners.

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The Histology Guide

    This website gives you a virtual experience of using a microscope.

    Stem Cell Evidence Library

    • NHS Blood and Transplant Systematic Review Initiative
    Stem Cell Evidence is a comprehensive collection of high quality research relevant to haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, produced by the NHS Blood and Transplant Systematic Review Initiative.

    Genetics Shambles

      Genetics Shambles is a podcast developed by Genetics Society UK. It focuses on the work of some of today's leading scientists and features in-depth discussions from the world of genetics.

      Dish Life

        In Dish Life: The Game, experience the life of a stem cell researcher by managing the daily life of a laboratory and growing your very own stem cells.

        CAR-T Learning Program

        • The European Hematology Association
        This EHA CAR-T program consists of eight courses covering all aspects of CAR-T.

        CAR (Chimeric Antigen Receptor) T-Cell Therapy

        • Haematology Nurses and Healthcare Professionals Group
        This program features topics relevant to the multidisciplinary team approach to caring for patients receiving CAR T-cell therapies and their relatives.


        • Zooniverse
        Zooniverse houses a range of citizen science projects, includining research projects in genetics and cell biology.

        Your DNA, Your Say

        • Wellcome Connecting Science
        The ‘Your DNA, Your Say’ project is a citizen science project surveying public attitudes towards genomic data sharing, as well as offering informative videos.

        Understanding Stem Cells

        • German Stem Cell Network
        This series of lessons provides teachers with fact-tested knowledge about stem cells. The freely usable material allows high school students to engage with current research in stem cell research and therapies.