The IVF Bioscience team is back in the office following a great conference with the European Embryo Technology Association in Bath last week. Although the weather wasn’t perfect, we did manage to snatch some
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,
The World’s largest dairy breed association – Holstein Association USA – has announced funding for a research grant program focused on advancing the profitability and health of Holstein cattle through genetics. The research
The 2017 Joint Annual Convention of the American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) and Canadian Embryo Transfer Association (CETA/ACTE) will be held at the Caribe Royale Orlando in Orlando, Florida on 26-28 October
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.
There might be hope yet for endangered rhinos after South African scientists unveil the first Cape buffalo to be produced via in vitro fertilisation. The buffalo bull calf, named Pumelelo, was born in South Africa’s
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,
16-18 June 2017 Nankin, Jiangsu, China The China Dairy Exhibition is Asia's largest professional exhibition serving the global dairy industry. The event is organised by the Dairy Association of China (DAC), and showcases the
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
The power of genetic information is becoming increasingly relevant to modern cattle breeding practices. An embryo biopsy of just a few cells can now be amplified and genotyped, yielding a huge amount of genetic information.
We are delighted to share the news that JK Bovagenix, an initiative of JK Trust, has this week announced the birth of three healthy cattle calves, all produced from frozen IVF embryos created using IVF
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.
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