via Pig brains are kept alive without a body for the first time | Daily Mail Online

Pig brains have been kept alive outside their bodies for the first time as part of a controversial new experiment.

The brains of hundreds of pigs survived for up to 36 hours after the animals had been decapitated, researchers revealed.

The radical experiments could pave the way for brain transplants and may one day allow humans to become immortal by hooking up our minds to artificial systems after our natural bodies have perished.

via Pig brains are kept alive without a body for the first time | Daily Mail Online

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