Sydney Ideas is the University of Sydney’s public events program. At their next event, to be held 6-7.30pm Thursday 20 September at the Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium (D17), an expert panel will unravel the good, bad and ugly dimensions of stem cell research to inform and empower health consumers, examining the evidence of stem cell breakthroughs. Speakers include Professor John Rasko AO, clinical hematologist, pathologist and scientist; Dr Wendy Lipworth, bioethicist and health social scientist; and Professor Ian Kerridge bioethicist. Cost is free and the event is open to all but you must register to attend. Only very limited parking is available. For more information and to register contact the University of Sydney https://sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/sydney-ideas/2018/stem-cell-therapy-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly.html.