Something weird is going on with human sperm production.
Why not tame our little sex swimmers as a means of treating disease — by strapping little hats onto them?
It requires an injection INTO HIS OR HER TESTICLES.
It’s one thing to hear about Michael Phelps winning a gold medal. It’s quite another to actually see him do it.
STOP! You need an app and a clip-on microscope first.
The potentially revolutionary technique could one day allow gay men to produce biological offspring, or—even more radically—allow both men and women to self-fertilise.
Linked with a rise in serious birth defects.
Scientists couldn’t figure out why such a tiny creature needed such humongous baby batter soldiers. Until now.
The newly discovered 'switch' turns lazy swimmers into vigorous ones by tricking them into thinking they're near an egg.
A similar technique could be used one day to treat infertility in humans.
You can flick a switch through your skin.
It’s designed to show how passive elastic swimming can mimic, fairly well, the motions that allow sperm (or fish) to swim.
“Bulk swimming” is fine most of the time, but it isn’t a great option when a sperm cell gets close to a surface. That’s when they switch to “slither” mode.
End your weekend right by watching how sperm sometimes form power-swimming blocks to get ahead. It's an oddly fascinating watch. Read More >>
If you dress and carry your phone to the same side, this could help.
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