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Why people see colors dogs can't
Published Jan 11, 2024
With human retinas grown in a petri dish, researchers discover how humans generate specialized cells that enable us to see millions of colors
Could future computers run on human brain cells?
Published Feb 28, 2023
Hopkins researchers tout the promise of 'organoid intelligence,' which could one-day yield computers that are faster, more efficient, and more powerful than silicon-based computing and AI
Environmental hazards
Published Winter 2021
Using brain organoids, researchers examine potential environmental link to autism / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Human retinas grown in a dish explain how color vision develops
Published Oct 11, 2018
Lab-grown organoids reveal the mysterious process of eye tissue formation that takes place in the womb