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Hank Greely: ​How babies (will) get made

On the Future of Everything radio show, a bioengineer and law professor discuss the future of human reproduction and its significant implications for society.

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Big changes afoot | Image credit: Lightstock, Melissa

We’re entering a different world when it comes to procreating. In this episode of the Future of Everything radio show, Stanford Bioengineering Professor Russ Altman talks with Stanford Law Professor Hank Greely, author of The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction, about the medicall, legal and ethical implications of giving parents greater control over the baby-making process.