Asia pacific institute of embryology (ASPIER), one of the best training institutes in the world is now accepting admissions for November batch.
Known for its intensive hands on approach with the aim of developing skills in embryology, particularly in ICSI & vitrification.
Women who miscarry during their first IVF cycle still have a higher chance of a live birth with subsequent treatment, compared with women who do not get pregnant after their first round.
A campaign has been launched in Australia to overturn laws preventing couples from accessing mitochondrial donation.
UK scientists have successfully edited the genome of human embryos to study the role of a gene key to the earliest stages of development.
Men with obesity are more likely to have a poorer quality and quantity of sperm than men of a healthier weight, suggests a new study.
Parents pass on more new genetic mutations to their children with age, and fathers pass on more than mothers, according to a study.
Women with asthma are more likely to undergo fertility treatment than those without the disease, suggests new research.
A type of chemical found in various personal beauty products and plastics may affect sperm and lower reproductive success, according to a new study.
Researchers have linked significant amounts of phthalates in male urine samples with epigenetic changes in the DNA of the subjects' sperm.
Jean Purdy, the world's first embryologist, should be celebrated as IVF's third pioneer, says the British Fertility Society (BFS).
It has called for her work to be recognised on the 40th anniversary of IVF (in vitro fertilisation) next year, alongside that of her colleagues Sir Robert Edwards and Dr Patrick Steptoe.
An existing drug has been shown to protect eggs from radiation and chemotherapy damage in mice.
The scientists involved in the study hope this treatment could one day be used to prevent women who undergo cancer treatments from becoming infertile. Currently, egg freezing is their only option.