Timeline of Ectogenesis
Ectogenesis is the growth of an organism in an artificial environment. The term is notably used to describe human gestation in artificial wombs.
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|Time period||Development summary|
|1924||J.B.S. Haldane coins the word 'ectogenesis'.|
|1982||Researchers report having been able to incubate a mouse fetus for eleven to twelve days out of the nineteen to twenty-day gestational period of a mouse.|
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- Unno, Nobuya. "Development of an Artificial Placenta" (PDF). Symposium: 62.