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No Two Brains Are the Same: How Neuroscience Is Advancing to Account for This

A researcher explains the significance of brain organoids

A human-derived brain organoid. Image courtesy of Alysson Muotri’s lab at the University of California, San Diego

Your brain is not like mine. In fact, your brain is not like anyone else’s. I don’t mean that in some philosophical or abstract way; I mean it literally. The precise wiring of your brain is unique to you. During development, your genes…




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Gabriel A. Silva

Gabriel A. Silva

Professor of Bioengineering and Neurosciences, University of California San Diego

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