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Embryology is the study of the development of an embryo. An embryo is defined as any organism in an early stage well before birth or hatching, or in plants, before germination occurs.
Zebrafish research may help determine what causes certain birth defects

Zebrafish research may help determine what causes certain birth defects

Report published on IVF mix-up that led to mixed-race twins being born to a white couple

Report published on IVF mix-up that led to mixed-race twins being born to a white couple

Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority welcomes recommendations of Toft report

Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority welcomes recommendations of Toft report

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

Application from the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life to make human embryonic stem cells

Application from the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life to make human embryonic stem cells

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority reviews the first request by British scientists to clone human embryos today

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority reviews the first request by British scientists to clone human embryos today

Simple genetic code might work to wire up the body from head to foot

Simple genetic code might work to wire up the body from head to foot

Researchers have recreated the ability of mammalian cells to self-organize

Researchers have recreated the ability of mammalian cells to self-organize

Conflicting views on embryonic and adult stem cells complicate research in stem cell therapeutics

Conflicting views on embryonic and adult stem cells complicate research in stem cell therapeutics

New British guidelines to protect the safety of frozen sperm, eggs and embryos

New British guidelines to protect the safety of frozen sperm, eggs and embryos

Cellular garbage plays a key role in the process of cytokinesis, or cell division

Cellular garbage plays a key role in the process of cytokinesis, or cell division

Randomness in gene expression to lead to differences in people that are genetically identical

Randomness in gene expression to lead to differences in people that are genetically identical

Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals

Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals

Scientists have sped up a common jumping gene found in the human genome

Scientists have sped up a common jumping gene found in the human genome

Father's sperm packs more than just a fertilizer

Father's sperm packs more than just a fertilizer

10 years of IVF procedures show frozen sperm as good as fresh

10 years of IVF procedures show frozen sperm as good as fresh

Scientists tackle the decline in male fertility

Scientists tackle the decline in male fertility

Researchers develop low-carb corn with enhanced protein and oil

Researchers develop low-carb corn with enhanced protein and oil

Scientists have discovered a genetic cause of cleft lip and palate in mice

Scientists have discovered a genetic cause of cleft lip and palate in mice

Japanese scientists have created a viable mouse derived from two genetic mothers with no contribution by a male animal

Japanese scientists have created a viable mouse derived from two genetic mothers with no contribution by a male animal

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