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Australians Cryogenically Freeze Coral Sperm From The Great Barrier Reef
The sperm can be used to reseed the reef in the future.
Wearing A Kilt Could Make Your Sperm Stronger
Temperature regulation is the key to fertility.
Sperm Count Is Falling In France, And Globally, Too, Study Says
A new study tracked 26,000 French men from 1989 to 2005 and discovered that sperm count dropped by one third. (With some reservations from other scientists.)
Zapping Testicles With Ultrasonic Pulses Shown To Be Effective Contraceptive
An ultrasound zap to the testicles can stop the production of sperm, reducing overall sperm count to a level that...
Study Shows Females Can Delay the Aging of Sperm Cells for Decades
A new study, led by Dr. Klaus Reinhardt at the University of Sheffield, shows that females of some species can...
Scientists Create Sperm-Free Mosquitoes to Prevent Malaria
Scientists hard at work at eradicating malaria have often focused on the malaria-carrying mosquito, creating solutions ranging from genetic modification...
Ultrasound Being Tested For Use as Male Contraceptive
A single dose could last six months
Marijuana Research Offers New Hope For Male Birth Control Pill
The male birth control pill has lingered for years tantalizingly just out of reach, in the realm where rumor meets...
New Chip Provides Cheap At-Home Sperm Counting
As if having trouble conceiving a child wasn’t painful enough, the current method of male fertility testing adds to that...
Is Sperm Like Any Other Commodity?
Banked, bought, sold, stolen -- now, accountable to product liability laws