Scientists find the stem cells that drive our creativity

| | August 13, 2012
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 A newly-discovered type of stem cell could be the key to higher thinking in humans, research suggests. Scientists have identified a family of stem cells that may give birth to neurons responsible for abstract thought and creativity. The cells were found in embryonic mice, where they formed the upper layers of the brain’s cerebral cortex.

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