Luôn 5 năm sau có được không, tôi chán làm "chuyện ấy" lắm rồi

trong 20-40 năm nữa, hầu hết trẻ em sẽ không được sinh ra do bố mẹ "quan hệ tình dục"...
Earlier this year, Dr. Alexis Sperling, a British biologist (nhà sinh vật học) at Cambridge University, experienced an overwhelming ( surge of excitement (trào dâng hứng khởi) as she witnessed (chứng kiến) the incredible phenomenon of virgin birth (sinh đẻ đồng trinh) in flies. This was a moment she had eagerly anticipated (đoán trước) for six long years. Through genetic manipulation, Sperling successfully created these flies using parthenogenesis (sinh sản đơn tính), a process where offspring are produced without fertilization or mating.

... Sperling is part of a group of pioneering researchers who are revolutionizing (cách mạng hóa) our understanding of the intricate (rắc rối) processes of reproduction (tái sinh). Their endeavors involve manipulating genes to induce virgin birth, combining egg cell materials from different women, generating human embryos (phôi) from stem cells in laboratories, and even producing eggs from male body cells or sperm from female body cells. While much of this research is still in its early stages, the biotech industry is already abuzz with excitement.

It has attracted substantial investments from prominent (nổi bật) figures such as Elon Musk, owner of X (formerly Twitter), Anne Wojcicki, the CEO of 23andMe (formerly married to Google founder Sergey Brin), and cryptocurrency (tiền ảo) billionaire Brian Armstrong. In our world today, we not only have fatherless flies but also actual human babies (yes, actual children) created from the genetic contributions of three parents (We’ll get back to that).

source: ynetnews,

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