Scientists learn to clone mothers to raise premature babies

The British publication The Guardian published a material in which it said that researchers from the Technical University of Eindhoven promised in the next five years to demonstrate the world’s first artificial uterus that could accurately copy the body of a real mother.

According to scientists, the new apparatus they created will be markedly different from existing solutions: for example, in their solution the baby will be surrounded by liquid, while the oxygen and nutrients necessary for the growth of the fetus will come through the analog of the placenta.

It is important to note that the new technology, which American researchers are talking about, is a plastic bag that is familiar to all of us, to which various devices have simply been connected to help maintain and develop life.