Our bovine IVP training courses are designed to provide a foundation in the skills and experience needed to establish a commercial IVF laboratory, as well as optimising transferable blastocyst rates in existing laboratories.
At the end of 2017 an exciting new Danish collaboration was initiated. EliteOva, a project funded by Innovation Fund Denmark, sets out to combine and optimise the in vitro embryo production (IVP) and genomic
The IVF Bioscience team and our network of regional distributors are exhibiting and training at a number of events around the world this year. Check out the table below for details of our upcoming
Another New Year and another IETS conference, this time – Thai style! January saw the IVF Bioscience team and approximately 380 attendees head to the city of Bangkok for the 44th Annual Conference of
At the end of October 2017 the IVF Bioscience team joined the 300+ members of the AETA and ACTE/CETA societies heading to Orlando for their joint annual convention. The meeting saw an action-packed
Conference season is almost upon us, and the team here at IVF Bioscience is busy packing for our upcoming exhibitions and workshops. With travel on the mind, we thought we’d share our favourite travelling
IVF Bioscience is pleased to announce that we will be holding a Bovine IVF Workshop during the AETA-CETA/ACTE conference in Orlando this October 28th at 7.30-10.00am. Featuring as part of the main AETA-CETA/ACTE program,
IVF Bioscience’s first Bovine IVF Workshop of 2017 will be held as part of the Pre-Conference Practitioner Repro Day at the AETE meeting in Bath this September 7th. Featuring as part of an
IVF Bioscience’s Scientific Advisor, Dr Lotte Stroebech, will be directing a hands on PhD course in bovine in vitro embryo production and related technologies, including gene editing, at the University of Copenhagen from 20th-24th November 2017.
A powerful new tool is about to hit the agriculture scene. Gene editing technologies, such as CRISPR-Cas, are now enabling us to fast-track genetic alterations that would have taken generations to attain with selective breeding.