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News: Mitochondrial donation case study finally published after 13 years

28 August 2016 by Dr Özge Özkaya
Chinese researchers say an IVF technique called pronuclear transfer can safely produce a viable pregnancy. [Read more]
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News: Zika can remain in semen for six months

28 August 2016 by Arit Udoh
The Zika virus has been detected in the semen of a man six months after the onset of infection. Researchers from the Spallanzani Institute for Infectious Diseases in Rome first detected the virus in the urine, saliva and semen of an Italian man who had been visiting Haiti, 91 days after the first symptoms had been observed. Further testing showed that it remained present in his semen at 134 days and was still detectable at day 181. [Read more]
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Announcement: Fetus Day

27 August 2016 by Dr DPankar Banerji
FetusCon2016 Fetus day(31oct) Celebration, Jabalpur MP Organized by: Banerji Research Foundation Venue: Hotel Gulzar, Madan mahal road, Jabalpur MP, India Date : 6.11.2016 Time: 9 am to 4pm [Read more]
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News: Frozen embryos increase pregnancy success for mothers with PCOS

15 August 2016 by Barbara Czub
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) who undergo IVF using frozen embryos are more likely to have successful pregnancies than those using fresh embryos, a study suggests. [Read more]
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News: Gene involved in egg and sperm production linked to Down's syndrome

15 August 2016 by Dr Katie Howe
Researchers have identified an enzyme that helps ensure egg and sperm cells contain the right number of chromosomes. The finding may improve the understanding of meiosis and what happens when it goes wrong, leading to chromosome abnormalities such as Down's syndrome as well as miscarriages. [Read more]
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News: Australian clinics warned not to offer flat fees to donors

15 August 2016 by Antony Blackburn-Starza
Fertility clinics in Australia have been warned not to offer flat fees to egg and sperm donors, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has written to clinics across Australia reminding them that giving patients set payments for donations could constitute 'valuable consideration' or an inducement, which is illegal under federal law. It is an offence to pay egg or sperm donors anything beyond out-of-pocket expenses, punishable by up to 15 years' imprisonment. [Read more]
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Webinar: Webinar Recording Available: “Real World Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing…”

15 August 2016 by Matt Holmes
Don't miss seeing the recording of last week's webinar, “Real World Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing- Continuous pH monitoring." The webinar was presented by Klaus Wiemer PhD, Lab Director of the POMA Fertility Clinic in Kirkland, Washington and Mr. Steven Geelhood, SAFE Sens Project Manager. Recording Link: http://www.safesens.com/webinar/real-world-best-practices-in-ivf-cell-culturing-continuous-ph-monitoring/ [Read more]
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: Invitation to the Joint Symposium on ‘Total Quality and Risk Management in your IVF laboratories’ on September 14-15, 2016 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil

15 August 2016 by Martine Nijs
Invitation to the Joint Symposium on ‘Total Quality and Risk Management in your IVF laboratories’ on September 14-15, 2016 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil Embryolab Academy, REDLARA Brazil, SBRA and Pronucleo are organising a two-day Joint Symposium on ‘Total Quality and Risk Management in your IVF laboratories’ in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on September 14-15, 2016. Validation, audits, risk analysis, quality indicators, traceability, internal and external quality control, KPI’s, …. Total Quality Control and Risk Management (TQM) in the IVF laboratory plays a very important role in the success of any IVF program! This two-day symposium is designed for reproductive scientists, embryologists, quality managers in IVF as well as ART Unit managers who desire to improve their knowledge and understanding of all the recent advances in Quality and Risk Management for ART laboratories. [Read more]
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Announcement: 2017 Southwest Embryology Summit - Phoenix, Arizona

11 August 2016 by Jean Popwell, PhD, HCLD CC
2017 Southwest Embryology Summit - Phoenix, Arizona Please save the date for the upcoming 2017 Southwest Embryology Summit (SWES) held on January 6-7 in Phoenix! [Read more]
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Announcement: Post Graduate Diploma in clinical embryology

11 August 2016 by Dr. Sasikala Natarajamani
Applications are invited for a one year two semester, Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Embryology awarded by the University of Madras, in collobaration with Crea Conceptions Pvt ltd for the year 2016. Aimed at equipping candidates with the diverse aspects of assisted reproductive technologies, the program is offered through the University - Industry Community Interaction Center (UICIC). Awarded by one of the oldest and reputable Universities of Southern India, this course is ideal for candidates who want to pursue a career in ART. [Read more]
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