A few months ago, we covered the development of a way to make eggs from scratch without the use of a pet.
Now, a team at the University of Utah has cracked the egg-making code, allowing them to make large batches of eggs without the need for a pet or human intervention.
The team used a modified egg shell and an artificial ovary to make the eggs.
The researchers also used a new egg protein, called oxytocin, which they’ve found to help increase female receptivity to the egg.
That means that the team could be producing a batch of eggs with a higher success rate, according to the report.
The study is still in its infancy, but it does offer some new ideas about how to produce eggs without an animal.
One is to use natural fertilizers to produce the eggs, which can help with the problem of overcrowding, said lead researcher Daniele Dolan.
Another option is to just use the egg shell, but the researchers are still trying to figure out how to avoid damaging the eggshell in the process.
The eggs, the team hopes, will help feed an ever-growing population of chickens.