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- Brave New World: Artificial Wombs Could Be Here in a Few ‘Short Years’, Says German Molecular Biologist
- A molecular biologist in Germany has announced he is creating a fully functional artificial womb and claims that in a few “short years” it would replace traditional birth.
- The video is titled “Ectolife: The World’s First Artificial Womb Facility.” It shows details of a factory that can incubate up to 30,000 babies per year by utilizing 75 state-of-the-art labs containing up to 400 pods.
- According to the video, every pod is designed to replicate the exact functions of a women’s uterus allowing the baby to access nutrients, oxygen, hormones, and antibodies. Each pod would also monitor the unborn baby’s vital signs including the baby’s heartbeat, temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate, and oxygen levels. Physical and genetic abnormalities would be monitored as well.
- Al-Ghaili says “It’s a perfect solution for women who had their uterus surgically removed due to cancer or other complications. It could also help solve issues that stem from low sperm count… [it] could ultimately make miscarriage a thing of the past,” he said.
- According to the video, parents will be offered an “elite package” that would allow them to genetically edit their baby’s traits. That could include customizing the baby’s eye color, hair color, skin tone, physical strength, height, and level of intelligence.
- Al-Ghaili believes it is time to push a new form of birth and says Ectolife is the next logical step.
- “This would put an end to age-related infertility, forever,” Al-Ghaili wrote on Instagram. “So, why aren’t we doing this now? Because there are needless restrictions on research that deals with human embryos. Research on human embryos is not allowed beyond 14 days, and that’s a big issue! We need to change the rules and begin exploring options that will help people who are suffering from infertility.”
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