Incubator used by Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe in the creation of the world’s first ‘test-tube babies'

Made:
1977 in Cambridge

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Incubator used by Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe in the creation of the world’s first ‘test-tube babies', Cambridge, 1977.

Details

Category:
Biotechnology
Object Number:
L2016-2247
Measurements:
overall (approx.): 195 mm 165 mm,
type:
embryo incubator
credit:
Courtesy of the Edwards family

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