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Forbidden fruit: Scientists venture into “embryoid” manufacturing

Forbidden fruit: Scientists venture into “embryoid” manufacturing

Despite failed promises, stem cell advocates again want taxpayers to pony up billions

Despite failed promises, stem cell advocates again want taxpayers to pony up billions

Japanese scientists develop new method to construct 3D models from 2D images

Japanese scientists develop new method to construct 3D models from 2D images

Ancient epigenetic change deactivates some genes linked to cancer

Ancient epigenetic change deactivates some genes linked to cancer

New method to grow embryonic stem cells on a microfluidic chip

New method to grow embryonic stem cells on a microfluidic chip

Biologists team up to identify underlying mechanism of yolk segregation from surrounding cytoplasm

Biologists team up to identify underlying mechanism of yolk segregation from surrounding cytoplasm

Will gene-editing of human embryos ever be justifiable?

Will gene-editing of human embryos ever be justifiable?

Embryo selection for IVF can be optimized using artificial intelligence technique

Embryo selection for IVF can be optimized using artificial intelligence technique

Gene editing and designer babies experiments face global moratorium

Gene editing and designer babies experiments face global moratorium

Gene editing regulations to be tightened

Gene editing regulations to be tightened

Call for halt to human gene editing and designer babies experiments

Call for halt to human gene editing and designer babies experiments

Research on mosaic embryos gives new hope to people seeking infertility treatments

Research on mosaic embryos gives new hope to people seeking infertility treatments

The gene-edited twins born in China may have altered cognition and memory

The gene-edited twins born in China may have altered cognition and memory

Controversial gene editing of embryos stopped by the Chinese authorities

Controversial gene editing of embryos stopped by the Chinese authorities

ASHG reaffirms cautious but proactive approach recommended in its 2017 position statement on germline genome editing

ASHG reaffirms cautious but proactive approach recommended in its 2017 position statement on germline genome editing

Participation project calls for relaxing research ban on germline interventions

Participation project calls for relaxing research ban on germline interventions

Cells retain memory of chemical signals to which they are exposed

Cells retain memory of chemical signals to which they are exposed

Researchers aim to create more authentic organoids for drug testing, transplantation

Researchers aim to create more authentic organoids for drug testing, transplantation

The feds’ termination of a tiny contract inflames bitter fight over fetal tissue

The feds’ termination of a tiny contract inflames bitter fight over fetal tissue

Researchers create pseudo-embryos that mimic human embryos

Researchers create pseudo-embryos that mimic human embryos