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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.
Study reveals technique that allows scientists to watch lipid metabolism in live zebrafish

Study reveals technique that allows scientists to watch lipid metabolism in live zebrafish

Sheffield embryologist given prestigious honour by Health Secretary

Sheffield embryologist given prestigious honour by Health Secretary

High rates of birth defects associated with an artificial reproductive technology: Study

High rates of birth defects associated with an artificial reproductive technology: Study

Couples with infertility and miscarriages offered detailed embryo screening with 99% accuracy

Couples with infertility and miscarriages offered detailed embryo screening with 99% accuracy

Novel system for 3D reconstruction and examination of tissues at microscopic resolution

Novel system for 3D reconstruction and examination of tissues at microscopic resolution

Eggs developed from stem cells could change reproductive technology

Eggs developed from stem cells could change reproductive technology

Sperm donor found to have fathered 600 babies

Sperm donor found to have fathered 600 babies

LA BioMed to honor Women & Infants physician as 'Legend'

LA BioMed to honor Women & Infants physician as 'Legend'

Rare egg producing stem cells in women’s ovaries discovered

Rare egg producing stem cells in women’s ovaries discovered

Wiley-Blackwell introduces new WIREs in membrane and developmental biology

Wiley-Blackwell introduces new WIREs in membrane and developmental biology

Transgender man falls pregnant and becomes a natural mother

Transgender man falls pregnant and becomes a natural mother

Scientists search gene alterations in three-parent kids

Scientists search gene alterations in three-parent kids

Three-parent children may be born in near future in an effort to combat mitochondrial diseases

Three-parent children may be born in near future in an effort to combat mitochondrial diseases

Artificial testes being developed to help infertile men produce sperm

Artificial testes being developed to help infertile men produce sperm

SDB to honor Carnegie's BioEYES with Viktor Hamburger Outstanding Educator Prize

SDB to honor Carnegie's BioEYES with Viktor Hamburger Outstanding Educator Prize

Implanting more embryos for IVF may do more harm than good: Study

Implanting more embryos for IVF may do more harm than good: Study

Twins born five years apart thanks to advanced reproductive technology

Twins born five years apart thanks to advanced reproductive technology

Twin births on the rise in the U.S.

Twin births on the rise in the U.S.

King's College London submits first clinical grade xeno-free hES cell lines to the UKSCB

King's College London submits first clinical grade xeno-free hES cell lines to the UKSCB

Stem cell markers can aid in determining origin of pediatric sarcomas

Stem cell markers can aid in determining origin of pediatric sarcomas