The editorial board of Stem Cells recently announced their selection of the “Top 10 Developments in Stem Cell Biology over the Last 30 years”. Flow Cytometry was recognized as having played a crucial role in these developments and it was placed high in the list of major stem cell breakthroughs; indeed, the authors stated that “without this technique, stem cell biology would be enormously difficult”. In particular they recognized an article entitled “The Pro-myogenic Environment Provided by Whole Organ Scale Acellular Scaffolds from Skeletal Muscle”, Biomaterials 32 (2011) 7870-7882, by Barbara Perniconi, Alessandra Costa, Paola Aulino, Laura Teodori, Sergio Adamo, and Dario Coletti. Alessandra Costa and Dario Coletti were recipients of the ISAC Exceptional Student Award in 2010 and the ISAC Scholar program in 2006, respectively. Laura Teodori is a distinguished research scientist at the Diagnostics and Metrology Laboratory, FSN-TECFIS-DIM ENEA CR Frascati, Rome, Italy. Dr. Teodori is a highly regarded research investigator, mentor, and an adored member of ISAC from the early beginnings.