MIAMI: Using embryonic stem cells from mice, Chinese scientists reported on Thursday they have created functioning sperm, which was injected into female mice eggs and resulted in normal, fertile offspring.
While experts cautioned that the work is a long way from being applicable to humans, the research may mark a step forward in efforts to one day treat male infertility.
Now the usual suspects will claim it was already there in Vedas,...The next bandwagon will start fighting which religion is better. The world moves on. But Indians want stone age. 100 years of secular education obviously cannot help these zealots.
Application is always, I repeat, always, followed by abuse. Be ready for interesting times in the next 50 years - biology and all that.
Meaning to say that one day men will not be required at all. Hmm wouldn't it be so lonely out there among the 'women being' LOL.
Babu Rajendran Chandran
It is a very good news for cats for which mice are delicious dish! Said on a lighter note
A small step toward a huge invention. Though this work is a long way from being applicable to humans, the research may mark a step forward in efforts to treat male infertility.
I have a vague feeling and suspicion that RaGa was an outcome of such an experiment....considering his behaviour .
but nature will find next new strategy to control the population
If successful with humans, humans will breed like mice.
I am worried about , How will the baby look ?
tvkOn V K
Now Rats will multiply on higher rate :)
This would definitely be required for future generations who dont have time for such important family matters.
Marvels of science and technology never cease to amaze