Lab-grown HUMAN ‘mini-brains’ learned to control muscles

A miniature brain was successfully raised by a team of scientists.

The little brain was raised with human stem cells. It seems that this brain has developed its own mind and is trying to send out neural tendrils to connect to spinal cord of a mouse.

This brain has tried and successfully succeeded in moving the muscles of the mouse.

After long analyzes, it can be seen that this artificial brain created in the laboratory contains several million neurons.

It seems that other researchers are preparing to develop in the laboratory a similar brain capacity much larger than this.

To see all the details about this impressive discovery, watch the video below:

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