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Could we be hatched, not born? Mice are being grown in mechanical ‘wombs’ – The New Daily

Scientists have managed to grow the embryo of a mammal in a mechanical uterus outside of the womb for the first time.

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Scientists have managed to grow the embryo of a mammal in a mechanical uterus outside of the womb for the first time.
This potentially paves the way for babies to be hatched from artificial ‘mothers’ eliminating the need for all that pushing and screaming. But that’s years down the track.
In the shorter term, the Israeli researchers who spent seven years developing their mechanical womb are blowing their own minds, having created an unprecedented first-hand view of embryonic development.
The embryos,…

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