Human stomach tissue has been grown in a dish, again

Yo. I'm back. And ting. Fam. A research group in Cincinnati have been able to generate functional human stomach and intestinal tissues to study disease.


Another little update. 

So, my MacBook's LCD has decided to conk out on me. I'm currently searching for different quotes to try and see how much it'll set me back. What this means for the blog? Another slight setback in publish dates. I hope (again) to get some posts published soon but bear with me (again). Thanks for... Continue Reading →

Using leftover eggs…

This is not a post about omellettes. IVF treatment is crucial to some couples. For those with fertility problems, it allows their dreams of having children to become reality. In this post I shall talk about the breakthrough of re-using egg cells in order to boost a woman's egg count so IVF has a higher chance of success.

April 2016: the month that gave the world a three-parent baby

That's right. A three-parent baby. In this post I write about the incredible scientific feat that utilised mitochondrial DNA from a donor to replace fatal mitochondrial DNA from the mother, who was finally able to have a healthy child after 20 long years.

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