Researchers at UC Berkeley and Gladstone Institutes have shown that human induced pluripotent stem cells can differentiate and self-organize into cardiac microchambers when spatially confined. The center (red) shows heart muscle cells while the perimeter (green ring) shows a type of connective tissue that attaches to the surface and holds the microchamber to the culture dish. (Video by Zhen Ma, UC Berkeley)

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