Andrew Pelling, a Canadian ‘biohacker’, explains how apples can be used to grow human ears. The ears cannot hear, but are the same shape and contain human cells, or ‘scaffolding’ built on cellulose. Pelling hopes that the cellulose process might someday be used to repair body parts safely and cheaply.

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