Mini brains may wrinkle and fold just like ours

Growing organoids on glass provides a window into the push and pull of brain cells

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ANOTHER WRINKLE  The outer layer of the human brain has distinctive folds. Work with brains growing in lab dishes is showing how the structures may form.

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