Researchers have trained artificial intelligence software to grade human embryos with a high degree of accuracy.
Exposure to low levels of oxygen in the womb may cause fertility problems for female offspring later in life.
Italy violated a woman's right to health after the country's fertility laws led to a forced pregnancy, the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights concluded on Wednesday.
A healthy female monkey, called Grady, has been born using sperm isolated from transplanted testicular tissue, marking the first time a live primate has been produced using this technique.
The DNA of sperm taken directly from the testicles of infertile men is as healthy as that of sperm ejaculated by fertile men, suggests a new study.
A Massachusetts woman is suing a hospital for storing her embryos for years without telling her.
Stronger tails help human sperm in their race to fertilise eggs, mathematical modelling suggests.
Baroness Mary Warnock, a pioneer of embryology research ethics and a patron of the Progress Educational Trust (PET), has died at the age of 94.
It is November 2015, and the woman described by the Daily Mail as having 'a monstrous ego that has destroyed so much of our moral and social heritage', is sitting, small and twinkly-eyed, on the sofa in her south London home, with Sarah Norcross (PET director), Kirsty Horsey (PET adviser) and myself.
A group of women is bringing the UK's first legal challenge to the ten-year limit on preserving frozen eggs. The women had their eggs frozen nearly ten years ago and wish to continue to preserve them in order to start a family in the future. Lawyers representing the group have advised that the ten-year limit may breach their human right to a private and family life.