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The front of the California State Capitol Building in Sacramento, California.

At a time when civil rights, health services, and climate justice are under attack nationally, California is leading the way...

Louise Brown, the world's first test-tube baby, holds her son.

On July 25, 2018, Louise Brown, the world’s first baby born via in-vitro fertilization (IVF), will be celebrating her 40...

Image of a display from UC Berkeley Lawrence Hall of Science's Biotech Learning Lab featuring two children using a pipette and a beaker.

Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, whose mission is “to inspire and foster science learning for all,” is currently planning...

Newsletter

Gene-Edited Embryos for Reproduction? | FDA Reprimands Notorious Fertility Doctor

Talking Biopolitics Begins | Rogue Fertility Doctor Aims for Designer Babies | Fixing Genes won't Fix Us

Repro Justice & Gene Editing | CGS in India | CRISPR Accuracy Questioned | UK Egg-sharing Scandal

Video

This webinar discusses the role reproductive health, rights and justice advocates can play in preventing a high-tech eugenic future where some...

On April 24, disability rights activists Anita Cameron and Mia Mingus, alongside sociologist and bioethicist Tom Shakespeare and feminist disability studies scholar Rosemarie...
Leah Lowthorp and Jessica Cussins describe an emerging technique used with IVF that alters genes which are passed down to future generations. It’s an...

Talks and Testimonies

Hosted by Stanford BioLaw and Health Policy Society, which invites speakers to present on-campus to discuss their current work/research in...

LA-based Black Women for Wellness, hosted "Black Women for Wellness Futrism Conference," which merged reproductive justice issues and futurism as...

Reports

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This comprehensive progress report critically evaluates the first year of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the agency running...

President Obama State of the Union

The Center for Genetics and Society met on January 2 with members of the new administration's transition team to discuss...