Yale Scientists Kept Decapitated Pigs’ Brains Alive for 36 Hours

A team from Yale created a system that let them breathe new life into pig brains that had been removed from the animals' skulls.

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In March 2018, Yale neuroscientist Nenad Sestan shared a remarkable bit of news with his peers at a National Institutes of Health (NIH) meeting: he was able to keep pigs’ brains “alive” outside their bodies for up to 36 hours.

The news quickly made its way from that meeting to the media. And now, more than a year later, the details of the radical study have finally been published in the highly respected journal Nature, confirming that what sounded initially like science-fiction was actually sound science — and raising startling questions about what it really means to Lees verder

Via:: Artikelen van Futurism.com


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