7th-8th December in Thessaloniki, Greece
US researchers have generated novel early embryo models – called blastoids – from mouse stem cells and implanted them into surrogate mice.
Russian biologist Dr Denis Rebrikov has begun genome editing eggs with the reported objective of learning how deaf couples can have children without the genetic mutation that impairs hearing.
This week, researchers based at the University of Technology in Eindhoven announced they had received Horizon 2020 funding to build their artificial womb prototype. This follows the news, in 2017 and again in 2019, of successful animal testing of artificial womb prototypes, named the Biobag and the EVE Platform, in the USA and Australia. This latest development towards the artificial womb improves the prospects of the technology coming to fruition. The race to develop the artificial womb is on!
A €2.9m grant has been awarded to a consortium in the Netherlands to fund the development of an artificial womb to support premature babies.
A new study has shown that sperm quality – but not quantity – may be improved by an antioxidant related to the red pigment in tomatoes.
November training batch schedule - 11th -25th 2019
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A new report from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has shown that fertility treatment is becoming safer, with the standard of care improving across UK clinics.
A doctor is suing a fertility clinic in Oregon, USA, for being 'irresponsible' with the sperm he had donated.
The incidence of twin births in the USA has declined to the lowest rate in a decade, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports.