Scientists Grows A Small Human Brain In A Petri Dish
Researchers have apparently managed to create a brain grown in a petri dish using stem cells, and while the purpose of this research is not to grow a supply of brains to ward off zombies, it is meant to help scientists being able to better study neurological diseases.
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