Thursday, May 8, 2008
ART in the News
A Phony War on Science, Different Takes on Older Moms, etc.
- "The incredible hunch that told me I'd met my sperm donor father."
- A Phony War on Science: Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson discusses Yuval Levin's New Atlantis essay, "Science and the Left."
- "Who decides what's ethical and what isn't?": The ethics of reproductive technoglogy debated.
- Defending dignity: Dr. Edmund Pellegrino, the chairman of the President’s Council on Bioethics, speaks at Stanford.
- Different takes on older mothers: From NPR: For prospective moms, biology and culture clash. From the WSJ: "Women my age just don't get pregnant." Well, they do. From the Detroit Free Press: "I love that I'm an older mom. I wasn't ready before...I am now."
- Hey, where's my artificial womb?
- Sperm shopping from a catalogue.
- In Canada, the rise of twins.
- More on the gayby boom: Surrogate mothers are fulfilling gay men's dreams of parenthood.
- Baby Mama portrays surrogacy as "ridiculous and innocuous."
- Top 10 tips for coping with infertility.
- The business of baby-making.
- A common weedkiller might be linked to unexplained infertility.