Dame Anne McLaren's pioneering work in embryonic development laid the foundations for Robert Winston's improvements in IVF. She was, he says, a brilliant scientist with a great sense of fun. From our special feature, 'Inspiring Innovators'.
Anne McLaren by Emma Wesley (oil on panel, McLaren a Fellow of the Royal Society, was a developmental biologist and leading researcher into fertility. She was the first woman to be made an Officer of the Royal Society.
On July Louise Joy Brown, the world's first successful "test-tube" baby was born in Great Britain. This technology that made her conception possible was heralded as greatest feats in medicine history and science.
Drawing Constellations III (Scorpio) by Andres Gamiochipi - Collage
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