Researchers have created synthetic human embryos using stem cells, according to media reports. Remarkably, these embryos have reportedly been created from embryonic stem cells, meaning they do not require sperm and ova.
This development, widely described as a breakthrough that could help scientists learn more about human development and genetic disorders, was revealed this week in Boston at the annual meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research.
The research, announced by Professor Magdalena Żernicka-Goetz of the University of Cambridge and the California Institute of Technology, has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed journal. But Żernicka-Goetz told the meeting these human-like embryos had been made by reprogramming human embryonic stem cells.
So what does all this mean for science, and what ethical issues does it present?
Creation of human embryos ,raises ethical concerns.
From religious point of view.
How this development may affect man kind
This is a link to topic dropping limit on such expirement in Aug 2021
I hope there will be limits on such expirements ,
Growing different , and have mature factors of good and bad with no control
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