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Read more at: New blog article by our visiting scholar Sonja Mackenzie, "Bloodlines and/at the Border: The Structural Intimacies of #LGBTQ Transnational Kinship"

New blog article by our visiting scholar Sonja Mackenzie, "Bloodlines and/at the Border: The Structural Intimacies of #LGBTQ Transnational Kinship"

24 March 2021

Sonja has enriched our ReproSoc blog with a new article, which has been published today! It is an important, relevant and thought provoking read, please share it widely https://www.reprosoc.com/blog/structural-intimacies-lgbtq-transnational-kinship Bloodlines and/at the Border: The Structural Intimacies of LGBTQ...


Read more at: Dish Life has won the award for Best Educational Game by Pocket Gamers

Dish Life has won the award for Best Educational Game by Pocket Gamers

15 March 2021

The mobile app Dish Life: The Game, developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, has won in the Best Educational Game category at the 2021 Pocket Gamer Awards. In Dish Life: The Game you put the lab coat on and experience first-hand the life of a stem cell scientist. This game is unique in its focus on the...


Read more at: Sign up to Virtual Symposium about Sir Robert Edwards on 29 March

Sign up to Virtual Symposium about Sir Robert Edwards on 29 March

11 March 2021

Ways of Working: The Archive of Professor Sir Robert Edwards (IVF pioneer) This event took place on March 29, 2021. As part of the Cambridge Festival this online symposium focused on ways of working with the archive of Bob Edwards (IVF pioneer), and ways of working evidenced in the archive. Speakers included Dr Kay Elder (...


Read more at: New publication from Marcin Smietana (ReproSoc), Sharmila Rudrappa and Christina Weis 'Moral Frameworks of Commercial Surrogacy within the US, India and Russia' in Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters

New publication from Marcin Smietana (ReproSoc), Sharmila Rudrappa and Christina Weis 'Moral Frameworks of Commercial Surrogacy within the US, India and Russia' in Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters

3 March 2021

New publication from Marcin Smietana (ReproSoc), Sharmila Rudrappa and Christina Weis 'Moral Frameworks of Commercial Surrogacy within the US, India and Russia' in Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters . Read the full article, available in open access, here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/26410397.2021...


Read more at: Anne McLaren Symposium "Synthetic gametes and germline development for science and society"

Anne McLaren Symposium "Synthetic gametes and germline development for science and society"

16 February 2021

Anne McLaren Research Fund Meeting Synthetic gametes and germline development for science and society About this Event Watch the recorded talks of the event on Youtube The second Anne McLaren Symposium was held online on Tuesday 23 March 2021 . Speakers included: Thorsten Boroviak (Cambridge), Robert Bud (Science Museum)...


Read more at: New research on egg freezing in the UK by Dr Zeynep Gurtin

New research on egg freezing in the UK by Dr Zeynep Gurtin

5 February 2021

New research by Dr Zeynep Gurtin featured on The Conversation, Egg freezing is on the up – but new research raises questions about how clinics advertise .


Read more at: Welcome to our new ReproSoc Visiting Scholars

Welcome to our new ReproSoc Visiting Scholars

1 February 2021

Our new visiting scholars joining us at ReproSoc from February 1, 2021: Lidia Bueno Sánchez is a PhD candidate in Design, Management and Evaluation of Social Welfare Public Policies at the University of Valencia. Her expertise focuses on public policies on social welfare of vulnerable populations, gender studies, health...


Read more at: "Chasing the Blue Flower: Beyond the two cultures of art and science" - Suzanne Anker and Marieke Bigg

"Chasing the Blue Flower: Beyond the two cultures of art and science" - Suzanne Anker and Marieke Bigg

21 January 2021

"Chasing the Blue Flower: Beyond the two cultures of art and science" An interview with the Bio Art pioneer, Suzanne Anker. Conducted by former ReproSoc student, Marieke Bigg. A conversation about the intersections of art and biological science, and what they can show us about our world. Watch here


Read more at: Watch online: The 6th ReproSoc Public Lecture with Prof France Winddance Twine

Watch online: The 6th ReproSoc Public Lecture with Prof France Winddance Twine

8 January 2021

The 6th Annual ReproSoc Public Lecture 2020 is now available on our ReproSoc Youtube Channel. Watch now The Afterlife of Eugenics: Incarcerated Women and the Fertility Continuum Prof France Winddance Twine, Professor of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara Introduction: Professor Sarah Franklin Chair: Dr Katharine Dow In 1909...


Read more at: ReproSoc Michaelmas Term Newsletter 2020 is now available!

ReproSoc Michaelmas Term Newsletter 2020 is now available!

18 December 2020

ReproSoc Michaelmas Newsletter Read our latest newsletter, featuring ReproSoc activities, events, and publications here . Feel free to subscribe to our mailing list to receive termly updates.