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Embryo in a Mechanical Womb

Cell Crunch (Issue 2021.03.19)

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An early-stage embryo. [Credit: DrKontogianniIVF | Pixabay]

You ask particularly after my health. I suppose that I have not many months to live; but, of course, I know nothing about it. I may add that I am enjoying existence as much as

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Science journalism at NYU. Previously Caltech, Imperial College. #SynBio newsletter: https://synbio.substack.com Web: https://nikomccarty.com

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