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Published on Nov 4, 2015
Researchers are growing parts of the human brain in petri dishes to study disorders like autism and schizophrenia and develop treatments. It’s part of a movement to create “organoids,” miniature versions of the body’s organs for medical research. (Nov. 5)
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