In a groundbreaking new study, scientists have managed to artificially recreate the environment of a womb, which may one day provide critical care to premature babies.
Syed Asaad Qadri explains the complex internal communication of giving birth
regnancy takes self-other hospitality to its absolute extreme: two people reside in one body, sharing a two-way system. Drawing on multidisciplinary sources of psychoanalysis, neonatal research, social psychology, feminist theory and cultural studies we explore unconscious effects of inter-corporeality on all of us who are of woman born.
Hear the fantastic story of Mary Toft, discovery some of the history of the birth of Monsters and Prodigies and hear some of the medical theories that tried to explain how these strange births could happen.
Life inside the uterus is not as closed off as you might think. Syed Qadri explores how a mother’s behaviour alters her baby during pregnancy..
With exams looming for many I felt this week I’d review two of the more entertaining science podcasts …
How much should we know about the genomes of our unborn children? Recent advances in prenatal testing have ethical implications …