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.
Our laboratory in Copenhagen recently welcomed the final group of delegates choosing to attend our 2018 training courses. The bovine IVP training course is specifically tailored to provide IVF Bioscience customers with a
The IVF Bioscience team recently joined more than 200 members of the AETE for the 34th annual scientific convention in Nantes. The two-day meeting included a vast selection of interesting talks and meetings, along
The XXXII Annual Meeting: Florianópolis, Brazil August 16th-August 19th 2018 It’s almost time for the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Embryo Technology Society (SBTE). This year the meeting will be held at
All of the media within our BO-Range has an exceptionally long shelf life, most products up to 18 months. How are these shelf lives reached? IVF Bioscience’s scientific advisor Dr Lotte Stroebech established
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
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