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Ricardo Hector Asch (1947- )

By: Hilary Gilson | Published: Jun 10, 2009

Ricardo Hector Asch was born 26 October 1947 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to a lawyer and French professor, Bertha, and a doctor and professor of…


Karl Oskar Illmensee (1939–)

By: Cheryl Lancaster | Published: Feb 26, 2017

Karl Oskar Illmensee studied the cloning and reproduction of fruit flies, mice, and humans in the US and Europe during the twentieth and twenty-first…

CloningMolecular CloningClone CellsTwinsEmbryos

Christian Peeters and Bert Hölldobler's Experiments on Reproduction in Indian Jumping Ants (1991–1994)

By: Kelle Dhein | Published: Mar 23, 2017

Between 1991 and 1994, Christian Peeters and Bert Hölldobler studied the reproductive behaviors of the Indian jumping ant (Harpegnathos saltator), a…

AntsPoneraInsectsWorkers (Insects)Queens (Insects)

“Does Air Pollution Play a Role in Infertility?: a Systematic Review” (2017), by Julie Carré, Nicolas Gatimel, Jessika Moreau, Jean Parinaud and Roger Léandri

By: Ajeet Bains | Published: Aug 02, 2021

In 2017, Julie Carré, Nicolas Gatimel, Jessika Moreau, Jean Parinaud, and Roger Léandri published “Does Air Pollution Play a Role in Infertility?: a…

LiteratureFertility, HumanReproductionFertilization (Biology)Fertilization in Vitro

Gamete Intra-Fallopian Transfer (GIFT)

By: Hilary Gilson | Published: Sep 26, 2008

Various techniques constitute assisted reproduction, one of which is gamete intra-fallopian transfer (GIFT). The first example of GIFT involved…


“Consensus on the Current Management of Endometriosis” (2013), by Neil P. Johnson and Lone Hummelshoj

By: Emily Santora | Published: Jun 23, 2019

“Consensus on the Current Management of Endometriosis”, henceforth “Consensus”, was written by the World Endometriosis Society, or WES, president…

LiteratureInfertility, FemaleGynecologist and patientEndometriosisSelf-help groups

David Wildt's Domestic Cat and Cheetah Experiments (1978-1983)

By: Caroline Appleton | Published: Dec 19, 2011

David Wildt's cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) research from 1978-1983 became the foundation for the use of embryological techniques in endangered species…

Endangered SpeciesExperimentsCatsFertility

The Mothers' Clinic

By: Ellen M. DuPont | Published: Jul 22, 2008

The Mothers' Clinic for Constructive Birth Control was established on 17 March 1921. The first family planning clinic ever established in Great…

OrganizationContraceptionOrganizationsReproductionReproductive Rights

“Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain: Epidemiological Evidence of the Relationship and Implications” (2005), by Arnaud Fauconnier and Charles Chapron

By: Anna Guerrero, Emily Santora | Published: Nov 30, 2019

Arnaud Fauconnier and Charles Chapron published “Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain: Epidemiological Evidence of the Relationship and Implications,”…


Possums (1952), by Carl G. Hartman

By: Gia Goodman, Karen Wellner | Published: Dec 02, 2013

Possums is a 174-page book consisting of a series of essays written about the Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), the only living marsupial in…

LiteratureVirginia opossumEmbryologyMarsupialsNatural history

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