The National Task Force on Stem Cell Therapy Treatment has recommended that embryonic stem cells not be used to create human stem cells in this country.
The Bahamas: Sci/Tech
Though the upgrade of our cellular network to 4G has been plagued with service disruptions causing much frustration it is of immense importance that these upgrades be made.
Coral colonies that suffered tissue damage in The Bahamas were still producing low numbers of eggs four years after the injuries occurred, according to new research by University at Buffalo scientists.
Each year, about 200,000 students (world-wide) participate in the FIRST LEGO League but this will be the first time the tournament will be held in The Bahamas – with six schools participating.
Cat Islanders celebrated the arrival the new fast-speed cellular service with live music, games, giveaways and assorted goodies for both adults and children.
The use of Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs (CFLs) are considered hazardous to the environment and human health, and consequently governments around the world have launched efforts to seek ways to dispose of the bulbs properly.
Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez has appointed a task force to produce recommendations for the regulation of stem cell therapy, which was banned in The Bahamas by the Christie administration a few years ago.
Unique philanthropic opportunities in environment conservation will have a direct and lasting impact on The Bahamas, a proven conservation leader in the Caribbean.
Top Bahamian doctors will perform the country’s first stem cell procedure at the private hospital, essentially opening the flood gates to a cutting-edge technique with serious medical tourism potential.