“These chimpanzee organoids give us an otherwise inaccessible window to six million years of our evolution. They let us ask new questions about what makes us human,” said Alex Pollen, assistant professor of neurology at UC San Francisco.
The great British physicist, Sir Roger Penrose, has said that the human brain is more complex than the Milky Way Galaxy. “If you look at the entire physical cosmos, our brains are a tiny, tiny part of it. But they’re the most perfectly organized part.”