All living things have seven processes in common that together set them apart from non-living things.
By now, most of the breeding bald eagles found in Arizona have returned to their nests and laid eggs for this year.
Explore some of the inventive ways that help living things reproduce and their offspring survive.
This episode we’re talking birth control: what happens when everybody has 100% control over when they do or don’t have babies?
This is a special bonus episode of Flash Forward where we’re going to go back and revisit that future, because a new piece of research recently came out about artificial wombs.
We know very, very little about what pregnancy in space might look like, or whether it’s even possible at all.
Today we travel to a future where a global government institutes a one-child policy on every single family.
Dr. Amy Worthington of Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska studies “life history tradeoffs:” when to allocate resources to reproduction versus preserving your own health.