Dear Foregen Supporters,
Welcome back to our most recent newsletter. We have some important updates for you, and an overview of the best parts of June so far.
What’s Happened Since Last Time
- We’re currently undergoing a company restructure, which includes the new website (discussed below). We have openings for both writing positions and social media positions, which are also highlighted below.
- The redesign of our site is going well and we’re continuing the work on setting up the infrastructure and refining our design. Our team is working hard on this since it will be an important project to attract more traffic to our research and make it easier for people to find the solution our work will provide. If you have an interest in volunteering to help with current and future site development, and have experience with WordPress, please fill out our survey here.
- As mentioned, we’d like to add more writers to our team to create content for our site, news and blog. If you have prior experience writing for other blogs, a newspaper, website, or other areas, and have knowledge of the scientific elements of Foregen’s work, we’d like to hear from you at our survey here.
- We want to add more people to our social media team to create content for our site, news and blog. If you have experience with social media platforms, marketing, or public relations, we’d like to hear from you here.
- For the month of May so far we’ve reached a total of $4,964 in donations, which helps us move forward with the next parts of our mission! Tell other activists about Foregen and the science we’re researching to help restore genital integrity to men around the world. Our overall total to date is $331,734 - Let’s keep it up.
Tell Me Something Interesting
- This is a piece that details the first steps being conducted to create new techniques in the field of regenerative medicine. In this case the “biologists [programmed] cells to self organize into 3D structures in a first step towards tissues that regrow and self-repair.” In other words this research is working on imitating the process cells use to communicate with each other and structurally organize themselves.
- Here in this article, “researchers at Queen Mary University London have found a way to grow mineralized materials that can be used to regenerate hard tissue like dental enamel.”
Volunteer for Foregen - We Want Your Help
If you are interested in any of the following positions, please click on them to read more and apply:
Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for our next newsletter. If you’d like more frequent updates, please head over to our blog, or visit one of our social media accounts – the links are at the bottom of this newsletter.
The Foregen Team