Sperm count and quality of human semen are declining in India

Middle aged mothers live an unusually long life

Thailand is drafting legislation to protect the rights of children born through artificial insemination. The bill, first of its kind in the country, is expected to be finished by the end of the

Artificial wombs for goats could help premature human babies survive

Birth control measures in African elephants have been withdrawn following undesirable results

Epidemiologists at the University

Researchers look into the possible benefits of producing identical offsprings

Genetically weak foetuses can grow into healthy humans with bone marrow transplants

The foetus can hear, smell and is sensitive to taste, but can it also feel pain?

A recent study of yellow baboons suggests that environmental stress leads to infertility in them. In a season when food is scarce, conception rates are likely to halve. Scientists could correlate the