Study of monkey embryos development could give clues to understand human embryos after implantation

On 15 November last year, an article was published in [...]

Biomedical research concerns in China. Lack of bioethical assessment

On February 4, a Letter to the Editor was published [...]

Clinical trial reporting breaks the law in Europe and the United States. Ethical approach

Last year, we published an article (see HERE) on the [...]

The New England Journal contents could be influenced by the particular ideological bent of the editorial board

The New England Journal of Medicine, which is among the [...]

Regenerative medicine. Rats’ heart muscle regenerated

Heart failure is caused by injury to the myocardium (the [...]

A Japanese woman has become the first person with a cornea repaired using iPS, but NHS also obtained good result in this field

We have published two articles on this issue, both in [...]

New finding – Mini-brains spontaneously produce electrical activity similar to the premature babies

"At what point can a mini-brain with brain activity be [...]