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Human Brains Growing in Lab Aren’t Thinking … Yet

Researchers in England are growing small human brains in their laboratories. Even more lab-grown-mind-boggling, they grew the brains out of human skin cells. Are these tiny brains thinking that this is pretty amazing? Not yet, but some scientists are concerned that the day is coming. While mini-brains...
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