BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice
BPA and Its Replacements Have Same Effects on Mice

The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.

The plastic ingredients BPS and diphenyl sulfone cause chromosomal abnormalities, and the effects can last for generations.

reproductive biology
Conservation Biologist and Placenta Expert Kurt Benirschke Dies
Conservation Biologist and Placenta Expert Kurt Benirschke Dies
Shawna Williams | Sep 14, 2018
He established the San Diego Zoo’s cryopreserved Frozen Zoo.
Image of the Day: The Long and Short of It
Image of the Day: The Long and Short of It
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 20, 2018
For flycatchers, the attractiveness of male birds is tied to the length of their sperm.
Fossilized Beetle Is Earliest Evidence of Insect Pollinator
Fossilized Beetle Is Earliest Evidence of Insect Pollinator
Abby Olena | Aug 16, 2018
A 99-million-year-old beetle preserved in amber alongside grains of pollen likely pollinated prehistoric plants.
Image of the Day: Revved Up
Image of the Day: Revved Up
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 16, 2018
Progesterone helps in the transportation of eggs within the mouse reproductive system.
Opinion: Three-Parent Embryos—A Slippery Slope?
Opinion: Three-Parent Embryos—A Slippery Slope?
John D. Loike, Alan Kadish | Jun 14, 2018
The use of pronuclear transfer to treat infertility must first be backed by evidence it can work in cases where parents seek to avoid mitochondrial mutations.
Image of the Day: Hold My Brood
Image of the Day: Hold My Brood
The Scientist Staff | May 9, 2018
Cuckoo catfish trick cichlids into caring for their eggs in a strategy known as brood parasitism.
Bacteria Found in Women’s Upper Reproductive Tracts
Bacteria Found in Women’s Upper Reproductive Tracts
Diana Kwon | Oct 17, 2017
A new study identifies microorganisms residing in the human fallopian tubes and uterus, but some researchers are skeptical of the findings. 
Menstruation on a Chip
Menstruation on a Chip
The Scientist Staff | Aug 29, 2017
This device models the female reproductive tract and might lead scientists to a greater understanding of fibroids, cancer, and infertility.
Image of the Day: Teeth
Image of the Day: Teeth
The Scientist Staff | Jul 3, 2017
Once mated, female cabbage white butterflies (Pieris rapae) use their "vagina dentata" to rip through the hard encasing of a male’s ejaculated spermatophore.