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Great Barrier Reef

This Underwater Robot Will ‘Squirt’ Coral Larvae onto the Great Barrier Reef to Save It

The LarvalBot is an experimental technology that could revive damaged and dying parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
Sarah Emerson
11.2.18
DIY Fertility

Don't Use This Sperm Counter On Your Phone While FaceTiming

There's a new, cheap way to see if your little guys are swimming, and it's on your smart phone.
Grennan Milliken
3.22.17
fertility

Crowdfunded Fertility Clinic Lets Women Grow Embryos in Plastic Vaginal Capsules

Effortless IVF offers discount baby-making services.
Alison Motluk
2.22.17
News

Why That Story About a Baby Born to Three Parents Might Be Giving You Déjà Vu

Didn't this already happen?
Kaleigh Rogers
9.27.16
Silicon Divide

Why Does Silicon Valley Want to Get So Many Women Pregnant?

Investors hope fertility apps will help women deliver healthy babies, but what they also hope users will deliver is a lot of sensitive data.
Sarah Emerson
4.22.16
London

​An Egg Freezing ‘Pop-Up Store’ Appears in London

A project presenting the facts of egg freezing reveals how little we actually know about it.
Victoria Turk
3.2.16
News

The First Test Tube Puppies Have Been Born

After decades of research and attempted trials, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) had been carried out successfully in a dog for the first time.
Matthew Braga
12.9.15
uk

Why Some Parents Choose to Have a Deaf Baby

Reproductive tech could threaten or preserve deaf culture.
Rich Wordsworth
9.29.15
Sex

Put Your (Frozen) Eggs in the Bank: Welcome to the Bioeconomy

Egg freezing raises new social and ethical issues in a market that often depends on inequality to meet supply and demand.
Victoria Turk
2.23.15
DNA

'Three-Parent Babies' Could Be Born in Two Years

A team of UK scientists gave their backing to a new IVF technique that would involve three people's DNA.
Victoria Turk
6.4.14
Motherboard Blog

Let's Talk About Womb Transplants

The new idea of a womb transplant seems oddly old-fashioned, but we don't really have an alternative solution yet.
Victoria Turk
1.13.14
videos

Libya In Vitro: Recovering from War (And Getting Pregnant, Too)

If you're in the market for getting pregnant, it turns out there are few better times for medical tourism than after your dictator of thirty years is removed through a violent uprising.
Matt Yoka
1.9.13
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