IVF embryos for scientific research. Is it necessary the consent of gamete donors to use embryos for research?

Until now, the use of the remaining IVF embryos for [...]

Federal judge rules that missing data from hundreds of clinical trials conducted in the U.S. must be turned over

We have been publishing articles on the bioethical implications of [...]

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

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

Britain proposes genome sequencing in all newborns. Medical and ethical approach

The United Kingdom has proposed that all children will be [...]

The origin of suicidal trend could be in brain’s two specific areas

Around 1 million people die by suicide annually. Globally, suicide [...]

Functional lungs produced in mice which technique could be useful for human transplants

Lung transplant new possibilities suggest recent findings. Millions of people [...]

Biomedical research concerns in China. Lack of bioethical assessment

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

Biological machines – biobots – created with animal cells. Bioethical approach

New biological entity produced by synthetic biology. Biobots American scientists [...]