Lab Grown Brain to Open Doors for Disease Research - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

It's the first three-dimensional human brain tissue grown in a laboratory....and it could help revolutionise the study of neural disorders like alzheimers and autism at their earliest developmental stages. . The pink flashes are firing neurons, signs that viable brain tissue has been generated. Lead researcher Juergen Knoblich, of Vienna's Institute of Molecular Biology, says he's excited by his team's achievement.

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