Choosing the Genes for Future Children

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (2006 Media Release, University of Otago, New Zealand):

Choosing Genes for Future Children: Regulating Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, is the first major report from the three-year multidisciplinary project which draws together a team of New Zealand and international researchers in Law, Bioethics, Science, Māori and Paediatrics to examine whether, how and to what extent, human genome-based technologies should be regulated.

News article here: Stuff.co.nz: Researchers dismiss ‘designer babies’ concerns.

See also,

Greenflame: New Zealand discussion of human embryos in research

TIME.com: Stem Cells: The Hope And The Hype — Aug. 7, 2006.