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Right Turn: The top most read blogs from 2010-2020

Last week I posted the
most read blogs in 2020
so that busy readers could catch up on
some of the posts they might have missed last year. While I will
soon move on to fresh content, I thought it would be interesting to
go all the way back to 2010 to see which posts have stood out over
the last decade.

First some background and observations: Signals launched in 2012
as a joint collaboration between CCRM and the Stem Cell Network.
There is content on our site that predates 2012 because Stem Cell Network (happy 20th
anniversary!) was blogging before the partnership, with Lisa
Wilemse
as the Founding Editor. A blog by Paul Krzyzanowski,
posted in 2011, made the list. Incidentally, Paul made the list
four times, more than any of the other bloggers below. Perhaps I
can persuade him to start blogging again….

Except for two blogs, the others were written between 2012 and
2014. They have the advantage of being around the longest and
perhaps we had less competition back then? These days, people are
overwhelmed with information so it’s much harder for content to
stand out. I’d be curious to know if you think there are other
reasons why these blogs have had the most readers. Please tell me
in the comments section below.

In addition to Paul’s 2011 blog, one of mine struck a chord
with readers. It’s the open letter I wrote to Joe Rogan in 2019.
I am certain it was his name recognition that pushed that post into
the top 20.

The blogs below are interesting, informative, thought-provoking,
educational, funny and still relevant despite their age. Enjoy! In
ten years we’ll see if they still hold the top spots.


  1. Cell therapy industry 2027: Increased transparency – a major
    opportunity or transient fad?
    – David Brindley, 2012

  2. Right Turn: 7 reasons to enter Cells I See
    – Lisa Willemse,
    2013

  3. View from the floor 6: Research outside of academia
    – Paul
    Krzyzanowski, 2012

  4. How many facilities? Centralized vs. decentralized manufacture

    – Natasha Davie, 2013

  5. Inside a cancer stem cell researcher’s tool box: Sphere
    formation
    – Sara M. Nolte, 2014

  6. The skinny on stem cells and weight loss
    – Paul Krzyzanowski,
    2011

  7. Social media and stem cells: Time to start tweeting
    – Ben
    Paylor, 2013

  8. Stem cell detective work: How George Daley uncovers iPS cells’
    secrets
    – Paul Krzyzanowski, 2013

  9. Cell lines, patient samples, and cultures – oh my!
    – Sara
    M. Nolte, 2014

  10. From Japan with love: Cell therapy intellectual property
    prospects
    – David Brindley, 2013

  11. Introducing a new series of animated stem cell videos –
    StemCellShorts
    – Ben Paylor, 2013

  12. Science Idol: Could regenerative medicine R&D be
    crowdfunded?
    – Nick Dragojlovic, 2013

  13. Right Turn: A letter to Joe Rogan about stem cells
    – Stacey
    Johnson, 2019
  14. Right
    Turn: Osmosis Jones redux
    – Erin Sugar, 2013

  15. Right Turn: The comic side of lab life
    – Lisa Willemse,
    2013

  16. Novel biomaterial devices provide a breath of fresh air

    Patrick Blit, 2013
  17. Women
    in science: a fairy tale?
    – Stacey Johnson, 2013

  18. Rush to publish and the repercussions of carelessness in
    science
    – Lisa Willemse, 2013
  19. A
    PSA for prostate cancer stem cells
    – Sara M. Nolte, 2013

  20. Stem cells: The quiescent issue in US elections
    – Paul
    Krzyzanowski, 2012

Let’s watch Daniel Levy give his acceptance speech for
outstanding writing in a comedy series (beginning at 3:15). We
bloggers can relate 😉

Last week I posted the
most read blogs in 2020
so that busy readers could catch up on
some of the posts they might have missed last year. While I will
soon move on to fresh content, I thought it would be interesting to
go all the way back to 2010 to see which posts have stood out over
the last decade.

First some background and observations: Signals launched in 2012
as a joint collaboration between CCRM and the Stem Cell Network.
There is content on our site that predates 2012 because Stem Cell Network (happy 20th
anniversary!) was blogging before the partnership, with Lisa
Wilemse
as the Founding Editor. A blog by Paul Krzyzanowski,
posted in 2011, made the list. Incidentally, Paul made the list
four times, more than any of the other bloggers below. Perhaps I
can persuade him to start blogging again….

Except for two blogs, the others were written between 2012 and
2014. They have the advantage of being around the longest and
perhaps we had less competition back then? These days, people are
overwhelmed with information so it’s much harder for content to
stand out. I’d be curious to know if you think there are other
reasons why these blogs have had the most readers. Please tell me
in the comments section below.

In addition to Paul’s 2011 blog, one of mine struck a chord
with readers. It’s the open letter I wrote to Joe Rogan in 2019.
I am certain it was his name recognition that pushed that post into
the top 20.

The blogs below are interesting, informative, thought-provoking,
educational, funny and still relevant despite their age. Enjoy! In
ten years we’ll see if they still hold the top spots.


  1. Cell therapy industry 2027: Increased transparency – a major
    opportunity or transient fad?
    – David Brindley, 2012

  2. Right Turn: 7 reasons to enter Cells I See
    – Lisa Willemse,
    2013

  3. View from the floor 6: Research outside of academia
    – Paul
    Krzyzanowski, 2012

  4. How many facilities? Centralized vs. decentralized manufacture

    – Natasha Davie, 2013

  5. Inside a cancer stem cell researcher’s tool box: Sphere
    formation
    – Sara M. Nolte, 2014

  6. The skinny on stem cells and weight loss
    – Paul Krzyzanowski,
    2011

  7. Social media and stem cells: Time to start tweeting
    – Ben
    Paylor, 2013

  8. Stem cell detective work: How George Daley uncovers iPS cells’
    secrets
    – Paul Krzyzanowski, 2013

  9. Cell lines, patient samples, and cultures – oh my!
    – Sara
    M. Nolte, 2014

  10. From Japan with love: Cell therapy intellectual property
    prospects
    – David Brindley, 2013

  11. Introducing a new series of animated stem cell videos –
    StemCellShorts
    – Ben Paylor, 2013

  12. Science Idol: Could regenerative medicine R&D be
    crowdfunded?
    – Nick Dragojlovic, 2013

  13. Right Turn: A letter to Joe Rogan about stem cells
    – Stacey
    Johnson, 2019
  14. Right
    Turn: Osmosis Jones redux
    – Erin Sugar, 2013

  15. Right Turn: The comic side of lab life
    – Lisa Willemse,
    2013

  16. Novel biomaterial devices provide a breath of fresh air

    Patrick Blit, 2013
  17. Women
    in science: a fairy tale?
    – Stacey Johnson, 2013

  18. Rush to publish and the repercussions of carelessness in
    science
    – Lisa Willemse, 2013
  19. A
    PSA for prostate cancer stem cells
    – Sara M. Nolte, 2013

  20. Stem cells: The quiescent issue in US elections
    – Paul
    Krzyzanowski, 2012

Let’s watch Daniel Levy give his acceptance speech for
outstanding writing in a comedy series (beginning at 3:15). We
bloggers can relate 😉

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