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Pale on its bed of crushed ice, the lung looks like offal from a butcher’s counter. Just six hours ago, surgeons at the University of Maryland’s medical school in Baltimore removed it from a hefty adult pig and, with any luck, it will soon be coaxed back to life, turning a rich red and resuming its work in the chest of a six-year-old baboon.

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Age-related macular degeneration (AMRD) could be treated by transplanting photoreceptors produced by the directed differentiation of stem cells. ARMD is a common eye problem caused by the loss of cones. Professor Gilbert Bernier’s team at the University of Montreal, has developed a highly effective in vitro technique for producing light sensitive retina cells from human embryonic stem cells.

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Age-related macular degeneration (AMRD) could be treated by transplanting photoreceptors produced by the directed differentiation of stem cells. ARMD is a common eye problem caused by the loss of cones. Professor Gilbert Bernier’s team at the University of Montreal, has developed a highly effective in vitro technique for producing light sensitive retina cells from human embryonic stem cells.

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An international team of scientists led from Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet has for the first time mapped all the genes that are activated in the first few days of a fertilised human egg.

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An international team of scientists led from Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet has for the first time mapped all the genes that are activated in the first few days of a fertilised human egg.

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Scientists at The Ohio State University have developed a nearly complete human brain in a dish that equals the brain maturity of a 5-week-old foetus. The brain organoid, engineered from adult human skin cells, is the most complete human brain model yet developed.

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Scientists at The Ohio State University have developed a nearly complete human brain in a dish that equals the brain maturity of a 5-week-old foetus. The brain organoid, engineered from adult human skin cells, is the most complete human brain model yet developed.
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