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Ivf cultures and histories

Professor Sarah Franklin | 01 September 2013

Developed in the 1970s, clinical ivf has since expanded worldwide to become one of the most iconic biomedical innovations of the twentieth century. Rapidly routinised and normalised, ivf is now the platform technology of a global fertility industry l ...

The ivf-stem cell interface: a sociology of embryo transfer

Professor Sarah Franklin | Area & Development Studies | 01 March 2007

As the social life of the human embryo has become more complex and multi-faceted, so it has acquired increasingly elaborate public, visual, legal, scientific, medical and regulatory dimensions. This project examines both the unique history of public ...

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