Who's the Daddy? – Making Babies in the 21st Century – 7pm, 11th August 2010

A Family who used an egg donor to conceive their three sons. Copyright 2008, The Guardian.

Since the first test-tube baby was born in 1979, thousands more children have been conceived using more and more sophisticated techniques.

Join us at the Infusion Cafe at Dundee Science Centre РSensation for an informative and relaxed discussion on the changes to family life & how babies are created in the modern age.

Egg donors, sperm donors and surrogate mothers are becoming increasingly involved in creating life and new families in the 21st Century.

How does the family unit adapt to these new contributions and relationships?

What are the ethical, moral and legal issues to consider?

Join a panel of scientists, lawyers and those with personal experience of assisted conception at Infusion Coffee Shop in Dundee Science Centre on Wednesday 11th August at 7pm as they try to help answer your questions and listen to your views.

This should be a relaxed and thought-provoking talk, followed by questions from the audience. If you have a burning question you would like the panel to address you can e-mail it to us in advance at cafescience@dundee.ac.uk

Free event. Everyone welcome