Nature:The Brainmaker

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NatureThe Brainmaker


On the issued on 23 Aug 2012, a report entitled “The Brainmaker” and written by Nature’s Asia-Pacific correspondent David Cyranoski introduced a Japanese scientist – YoshikiSasai and his research achievements. Professor YoshikiSasai is a stem-cell biologist at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan. Sasai has impressed many researchers with his green-fingered talent for coaxing neural stem cells to grow into elaborate structures. As well as the optic cup, he has cultivated the delicate tissue layers of the cerebral cortex and a rudimentary, hormone-making pituitary gland.



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