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stem cells

Discussion in 'Personal' started by earnie, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. I have already posted this on Science, butI despreately wanna finish this work....so, anyone know what the welsh translation of stem cells would be....celloedd coesynnau????



     
  2. I have already posted this on Science, butI despreately wanna finish this work....so, anyone know what the welsh translation of stem cells would be....celloedd coesynnau????



     
  3. nomad

    nomad Star commenter

    bôn-gelloedd??

    Only because the translation of "Genomics & stem cell research" is "Ymchwil Genomeg a bôn-gelloedd"
     
  4. yea, that sounds good...thanks for replying!
     
  5. This is very old, but earnie, if you;re still around, I wanted to let you know that the short film "A Stem Cell Story" (www.eurostemcell.org/films) we made a few years ago has had subtitles done in Welsh!
    I will put the version with the welsh subtitles on youtube soon. And it's likely that we will have it on the DVD too (that will take a few more months we are also adding translations in more languages)

    Katia
     

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