VICE News spoke with Dr. Tia Powell, a physician and bioethicist who helped write the guidelines.
The Penn Bioethics Film fest is trying to start a public dialog about the real scientific issues that appear in films such as 'Ex Machina,' and 'Her.'
After a ban on germline editing, researchers say the US 'is ceding its leadership in this arena to other nations.'
Bioethicist Julian Savulescu reckons there's nothing wrong with genetically engineering a child that'll have it easy. In fact, he thinks we're morally obligated.
Even if creating human-animal “chimeras” is not intrinsically wrong, is there an ethical problem in experimenting on and harvesting organs from a creature that is part-human?
A young Spanish woman whose husband passed away last year has asked France to hand over his frozen sperm so that she can have his child in Spain.
Who would've thought that you could learn so much about life's Tough Questions from an 80s sitcom about four older women?
And has no preponderance for side effects.
The government agency announced plans today to propose a new policy that would allow gay men to donate blood, but only if they have gone a year without having sex with another man.