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First mammalian embryos grown in space

by Futures Centre, May 17
1 minute read

Last month Chinese scientists reported that they were successfully able to grow mouse embryos in space. Thousands of embryos were sent into orbit on a Chinese satellite. Photos taken 80 hours later revealed that the embryos had developed at a natural pace into blastocysts, and could be implanted in a womb.

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