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Announcement: International IVF/ ICSI Training Program; 18TH - 29 APRIL 2016

12 February 2016 by Cellmolecules Scientific Canada Inc.
Interested candidates are invited for a training opportunity in our Center. The International Embryologist Training Program provides expert training for Embryologists and Andrologist, including Biologist, and those new to the field can acquire improved skills and understanding of theoretical and practical aspect of Clinical Embryology practice in more specific area of Assisted Reproduction Technology Practice and Laboratory Quality Management. [Read more]
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News: Genetic test 'could predict IVF success'

07 February 2016 by Antony Blackburn-Starza
Researchers from the UK and the Netherlands have identified a 'genetic signature' in the womb that could help explain repeated IVF failure in some women. [Read more]
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News: HFEA grants permission to genetically edit human embryos

07 February 2016 by Ayala Ochert
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has granted the first licence to a UK researcher to edit the genomes of human embryos. [Read more]
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News: UK scientists seek trial of 'mitochondria-boosting' IVF technique

07 February 2016 by Ryan Ross
UK fertility doctors are seeking permission to trial a new IVF treatment that involves transferring additional mitochondria into egg cells before fertilisation. [Read more]
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News: Gene causes rare form of infertility in women

07 February 2016 by Dr Nicola Davis
Chinese researchers have identified genetic mutations that cause infertility in a small number of women. [Read more]
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News: New IVF technique allows 'in womb' conception

07 February 2016 by Rachel Brown
A new IVF technique has been developed which allows fertilisation to occur in the womb rather than in the laboratory. [Read more]
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News: 'Spermbots' could speed up slow sperm

07 February 2016 by Ayala Ochert
Scientists in Germany have created artificially motorised sperm, propelled by microscopic metal helices. [Read more]
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News: 12th National level hands-on ICSI training programme: TANUVAS, Chennai, India. Mar 18, 2016 to Apr 01, 2016

07 February 2016 by Dr. Narendra Babu Karuputhula
12th National level hands-on ICSI training programme: TANUVAS, Chennai, India. Mar 18, 2016 to Apr 01, 2016 12th batch of hands on ICSI training going to be held at TANUVAS,Chennai,India.The course duration two weeks. [Read more]
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Announcement: Trophectoderm, cleavage stage and Polar Body biopsy workshop

05 February 2016 by Dr Joyce Harper
Trophectoderm, cleavage stage and Polar Body biopsy workshop Date: 21-22nd April 2016 Aims of the course The programme will; provide embryologists with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of embryo biopsy. As well as lectures, the course will include hands on practicals and demonstrations including polar body, cleavage stage and blastocyst biopsy and tubing cells for molecular diagnosis . During two days, delegates will not become competent at these techniques but will have enough hands on to go away and practice in their own laboratory setting. Four biopsy rigs will be present to give delegates the chance to try three different systems. The workshop will also allow scientists to discuss the technology with their peers and with experts in the field. As well as the lectures, additional information will be given in the form of copies of the powerpoint presentations and a detailed workshop manual. All delegates are welcome to have follow-up discussions with UCL PGD and CRGH teams. This workshop will be limited to 15 delegates. [Read more]
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Announcement: Vitrification Workshop 20th April 2016

05 February 2016 by Dr Joyce Harper
Vitrification Workshop 20th April 2016 Vitrification Workshop 20th April 2016 The programme will provide embryologists with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of vitrification by the Cryotec and Kitazato methods. An automated Vitrification system (Gavi-Genea) will aslo be demonstrated. As well as lectures, the course will include hands on practicals and demonstrations. During the one-day, delegates will not become competent at vitrification but will have enough hands on to go away and practice in their own laboratory setting. The workshop gives delegates a unique opportunity to try both systems. The workshop will also allow scientists to discuss the technology with their peers and with experts in the field. As well as the lectures, additional information will be given in the form of powerpoint presentations. Alpesh Doshi and Walid Malouf are approved Cryotech instructors. [Read more]
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