Professor Helen Picton Professor at the University of Leeds, Scientific Director of Leeds Fertility, Scientific Advisor for IVF Bioscience We are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Scientific
As discussed in previous blog posts, the secret to successful bovine IVP is all in the small details contributing to the bigger picture. One detail that is often overlooked is the toxic effect of
Sub-optimal conditions in your incubators can seriously compromise your blastocyst rates and can even kill your oocytes and embryos. Luckily, our scientific advisor, Dr Stroebech has three helpful tips to optimise your incubators.
It is widely accepted that the success of bovine in vitro production (IVP) is hugely dependent on a variety of parameters including; media, oocyte quality, laboratory conditions and many other significant details that contribute
We all know the benefits of switching to IVF (more efficient and flexible embryo production, shorter generation-intervals, lower semen volumes, to name just a few) and we’re seeing increasing numbers of ET facilities adding
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
1. A surprisingly long shelf-life: all IVF Bioscience media are manufactured with a minimum 12 month shelf life. 2. Our unrivalled manufacturing standards give you peace of mind - every batch undergoes pH, sterility,
Selecting the correct oocyte maturation transportation vial has a significant impact on embryo development. A recent study conducted at the University of Copenhagen revealed that choosing the right vial material (plastic/glass) and corresponding optimal number of