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African sci-fi: body hopping, artificial wombs and angry ghosts in a future Botswana

  By Nedine Moonsamy, University of Johannesburg   Tlotlo Tsamaase has already proved her talent for African science fiction. Her masterly short stories, one previously shortlisted for the Caine Prize, are helping put Botswana on the literary map. Her debut novel, Womb City, interweaves the mythological and digital expanses of Batswana culture in dystopian fashion. We encounter a distant future world in which women remain charged with ensuring their own […]

todayMay 10, 2024 16

Health / Medical

Artificial wombs could someday be a reality – here’s how they may change our notions of parenthood

Artificial womb technology could eventually make it possible to grow a foetus from conception to “birth” wholly outside the human body. Marko Aliaksandr/ Shutterstock Stephen Wilkinson, Lancaster University; Nicola J. Williams, Lancaster University, and Sara Fovargue, University of Sheffield Our reproductive lives are considerably different from those of our ancestors, thanks in part to health innovations that have taken place over the past few decades. Practices such as IVF, donor […]

todayJanuary 17, 2024 6

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