It's a landmark case but there are many unknowns.
Recent animal studies show the developing embryo is highly susceptible to environmental changes and the actions of the mother in early stages of pregnancy.
Embryos greedily want more resources than their fair share. New research investigates how early in evolution their hormonal tactics arose.
While gene editing offers the exciting potential for disease therapies, using it on human embryos opens up a can of worms.
Clinics aren't compelled to disclose their success rates, so it's impossible to compare all clinics. Even when they do, the pretty graphs on clinic websites can be difficult to understand.
By breaking a biological signalling system in the cells of embryos, scientists have discovered a way to change a cell’s destiny…
Babies born through IVF procedures are at greater risk of developing heart problems, according to research that suggests…