Organoid Mini Brains Inside Rat Bodies

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Organoid Mini Brains Inside Rat Bodies

Postby Brainshock on June 12th, 2018, 8:32 pm 



Hello Everyone at SPCF. My name is Jay and I have been working on a simple videos that talk about new internet discoveries. Most of them are science or technology based since that is what grabs my attention. These videos are meant for me to get better at video editing while forcing myself to learn about different science topics.

This week's episode was about Organoid minibrains inside rat bodies, scientists editing single letters of DNA code, and a headset made from MIT that lets you google your own thoughts.

I am up for criticism so if anyone has any suggestions for me on my editing or information, please let me know.

Thanks for seeing my first on thread on here and I hope to post much more!
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Re: Organoid Mini Brains Inside Rat Bodies

Postby Event Horizon on June 12th, 2018, 11:32 pm 

Humans have enough neurons in our gut to basically operate as a second, simple brain. Gut feeling, gut instinct are put down to superstition but does seem to be able to pick up on subliminal danger signs. Pretty darn cool if you ask me.
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