Public Engagement

Visit DanStem

We often receive requests from groups and individuals who are interested in visiting us to learn more about the science taking place in our labs. We do our best to accommodate these requests. If you are interested in visiting, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.

The Stem Cell Day

This full-day event is a long and fascinating journey into stem cell research. This event is dedicated to high school students and is part of the UniStem Initiative. On this day over 70 Universities and Research Centers all over Europe disseminate and promote scientific knowledge and research by providing clarity on the issue of stem cells. Read more about:

Inspiration Day for High School Teachers

DanStem is participating at this day which is organized by the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen and provides high school teachers with the opportunity to learn more about research fields in academia. DanStem contributes with knowledge about stem cell research. Read more (in Danish) HERE

Order a Scientist/ Science is visiting

DanStem scientists are participating in the 'Order a Researcher' (Bestil en Forsker) and 'Science is visiting' (‘Videnskaben på besøg') initiatives. Our Scientists visit schools for a short lecture about their field of research and can be booked to give short lectures to interested groups.

Meeting with Patients -'Coffee Meetings with Scientists'

We are always happy to host patients and patient organizations who are interested to learn more about the current state and future developments in stem cell treatment for Type1 Diabetes. Our scientists can answer your questions and take you through our labs, where you can learn more about the experiments they conduct.

Science Talent 

The ScienceTalent Academy is a 2-year science study programme for talented young students attending upper-secondary schools in Denmark. DanStem scientists reaching out and provide a plan tailored to this target group. 

Movies and videos on Stem Cells