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6th World Congress for Hair Research


#1

Does anybody have update on this meeting?

http://www.hair2010.org/


#2

As you know, the 6th World Congress of Hair Research ended yesterday, June 19, 2010.

This time (2010), the congress was organized by the Australian researcher Professor Rod Sinclair - the one who got attention through an “hair cloning” article in the Australian press 1 year ago:

http://www.smh.com.au/executive-style/style/yeah-yeah-its-cloned-hair-20090615-c7x4.html

Anyway, here you’ll find an interview with Prof. Rod Sinclair (audio file), which has been published the day the 6th World Congress of Hair Research opened its doors:


Hidden Hair Facts
16 June 2010 , 3:29 PM by Belinda Sanders
Source: http://blogs.abc.net.au/queensland/2010/06/hidden-hair-facts.html?site=northwest&program=southern_queensland_drive

It’s a multi-million dollar industry, we either spend a little bit of time or a lot of time attending to it each and every day, some of us worry that we’re going to lose it.
It turns out there is something in that Ropunzel rhyme - because it’s also super strong and in some countries used as rope.
I’m taking about hair…in Cairns this week around three-hundred researchers have gathered for the 6th World Congress for Hair research.
I spoke to PROFESSOR ROD SINCLAIR - Founding Member of the Australasian Hair and Wool Research Society and Professor of Dermatology at The University of Melbourne.
He is facinating!


#3

Iron Man, could you please tell us if he said anything interesting in that interview, I haven’t got time to listen to it at the moment.

Edit - I had time to listen to it as it was only short, he didn’t have anything new or particularly interesting to say so I wouldn’t get your hopes up if you are about to listen to it.

All he said was maybe in our lifetimes they’ll be able to grow hair from a bald scalp, blah blah blah, I’m sick of these people.


#4

» All he said was maybe in our lifetimes they’ll be able to grow hair from a
» bald scalp, blah blah blah, I’m sick of these people.

Hmmm, maybe that’s the reason why the interviewer (Belinda Sanders) titled the article "Hidden Hair Facts” ? :smiley:

As mentioned, unfortunately this (recorded) interview was made BEFORE the congress. So we should ask Belinda (e.g. through her blog)…
http://www.abc.net.au/profiles/content/s1855537.htm
… if she could make a AFTER interview ( “follow-up” ) with Prof. Sinclair about the “highlights” of this congress.


#5

AArrgggh!! No, not again, please IronMan, you are like that chinese torture with the drops of water that fall in your head.
Dr. Sinclair is saying nothing new. You keep posting uninteresting things about this man.
It was Sir Clive Sinclair who realy did something new many years ago. It was british, not Australian, and he was quite successful selling the Sinclair Spectrum personal computer. Oh, the good old times…

If you’ve got a fetish for researchers, get this one dude. Here you have a sexy photo of him, so that you can satisfy your fantasies:

» » All he said was maybe in our lifetimes they’ll be able to grow hair from
» a
» » bald scalp, blah blah blah, I’m sick of these people.
»
» Hmmm, maybe that’s the reason why the interviewer (Belinda Sanders) titled
» the article "Hidden Hair Facts” ? :smiley:
»
» As mentioned, unfortunately this (recorded) interview was made
» BEFORE the congress. So we should ask Belinda (e.g. through her
» blog)…
» http://www.abc.net.au/profiles/content/s1855537.htm
» … if she could make a AFTER interview ( “follow-up” ) with Prof.
» Sinclair about the “highlights” of this congress.


#6

» Does anybody have update on this meeting?
»
» http://www.hair2010.org/

Seems they just had lots of fun … :expressionless:

http://www.farjo.net/news.asp?action=view&id=919

… and Dr. Kurt Stenn (ARI) is still bald. :stuck_out_tongue: