Forty-five years ago, the band “Earth, Wind and Fire” introduced audiences to a new kind of funk--one that fused soul, jazz, Latin and pop. Bassist Verdine White talks to guest host Derek McGinty about breaking racial boundaries in music and how the band is still evolving.
Recent research suggests transplanted stem cells may be able to stimulate the re-growth of damaged tissues. The results of new experiments offer tantalizing prospects for the treatment of many types of debilitating brain diseases and injuries. A panel of scientists joins Diane to talk about the latest research in regenerative medicine.
- Dr. Ron McKay molecular biologist at the National Institutes of Health
- Dr. William Haseltine Human Genome Sciences
- Dr. John Gearhart Director, Institute for Regenerative Medicine, at the University of Pennsylvania
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