Scientists have opened a new path by growing tiny brain-like organs from stem cells in the lab.
for research on neurological disorders, development, and treatments that cannot be done on living subjects.
However, not all mini-brain organoids are the same, and getting them to closely resemble
It has been difficult for them to mimic the human brain tissues.
There is currently no standardised process for producing mini-brain organoids, thus it's like the Wild West.
member of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine Bennett Novitch
Every neuroscientist aspires to create a brain organoid model of their preferred illness, yet none of their organoids succeed.