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News: India’s World Class IVF Training Centre

16 April 2015 by Ms.Bindu Shah
India’s World Class IVF Training Centre Embryology Academy for Research & Training with immense pride and extreme pleasure announces accreditation of its IVF Training courses by Embryology and PGD Academy UK. [Read more]
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Announcement: One day hands on Vitrification workshop

15 April 2015 by Dr Joyce Harper
A one day hands on vitrification workshop supported by Parallabs UK in partnership with Cryotec Japan aimed at embryologists who wish to optimise or learn the Vitrification techniques established by Professor Masashige Kuwayama. [Read more]
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Announcement: Canadian National Advanced / Specialist Embryologist Training Program Saskatoon, Canada

13 April 2015 by National Clinical Embryologist and Andrologist Training Institute
The Canadian National advanced/ Specialist Embryologist Training Program provides hand- on 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. [Read more]
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News: Do pesticides reduce sperm quality?

13 April 2015 by Dr Rachael Panizzo
A recent study suggests that exposure to pesticide residue through diet may affect sperm quality. [Read more]
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News: First IVF baby born after new technique to eliminate genetic disease

13 April 2015 by Rachel Brown
The first baby in Europe has been born following a new IVF-based technique developed to prevent the inheritance of genetic disease. [Read more]
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Announcement: 19th National level training programme on "In-Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Co-Culture: TANUVAS, Chennai, India. April 08 to April 28, 2015.

04 April 2015 by Dr. Narendra Babu K
21 days course on "In-Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Co-Culture" organized by Department of Animal Biotechnology, Madras Veterinary College, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, (TANUVAS) Chennai-7, India. [Read more]
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News: Registration is now open for the Embryolab Academy Workshop on Cryopreservation of gametes, embryos and reproductive tissues: daily practise in your lab and clinic.

02 April 2015 by Martine Nijs
Registration is now open for the Embryolab Academy Workshop on Cryopreservation of gametes, embryos and reproductive tissues: daily practise in your lab and clinic. This two-day CRYO workshop with optional one-day Hands-on Workshop is designed for professionals working in ART, fertility preservation and cryobiology. Reproductive scientists, laboratory technicians, embryologists, specialist in reproductive medicine, clinicians as well as ART Unit managers who want to improve their theoretical and practical knowledge on cryopreservation of gametes, embryos and reproductive tissues. 17-10.09.2015 Thessaloniki, Greece [Read more]
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Announcement: (Oocyte & embryo) Transport IVF -based on the Mixed Gas Benchtop Incubator

02 April 2015 by David Peng
(Oocyte & embryo) Transport IVF -based on the Mixed Gas Benchtop Incubator (Oocyte & embryo) Transport IVF --based on the Mixed Gas Benchtop Incubator. We can benefit from the (oocyte & embryo) Transport IVF. For example: Doctors can perform egg retrieval & embryo transfer at ANY clinic. A fertility clinic does not need to run an in-house IVF lab. A patient needs to visit ONE LOCAL clinic only. All the doctors and patients can feel FREE to CHOOSE their preferred IVF labs. An IVF lab can be INDEPENDENT from a clinic easily. [Read more]
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Webinar: STATISTICS FOR EMBRYOLOGISTS

01 April 2015 by Marc Van den Bergh
STATISTICS FOR EMBRYOLOGISTS Learn how to critically read data and evaluate data presented in publications.See the difference between statistical an clinical significance. 50% of all peer reviewed and published papers contain at least one statistical error. [Read more]
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News: IVF culture media may influence sex of embryo

29 March 2015 by Sophie McLachlan
The nutrient-filled liquid used to grow embryos during IVF might affect the resulting male to female birth ratio, a study suggests. But this only seems to be true when the sperm is injected directly into the egg during fertility treatment (a technique known as ICSI). [Read more]
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