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Northern/Ireland Health Law and Ethics Network Jan 15
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I'm a Repro Biologist 7m
This evenings session at highlighted the current biotechnological revolution in . We heard about how has been used in the electroporation of zygotes and gene expression in mammalian embryos
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Matthias Wjst 11h
Some real progress in : French Anderson (14 years), Severino Antinori (7 years), He Jiankui (3 years)
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The Greats Jan 10
Replying to @Schoolxprojects
I had a phase where I wanted to be like superman, so I would wear his costume and even tried to make my living room look like his secret lab!
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SSR Jan 15
It's your last chance to apply for Frontiers in Reproduction. Learn more about this intensive course here.
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Dr Laura J Brown 🌬🌎 10h
📢Submission is now open for abstracts for presentations at the 1st Environment x Women’s Health Workshop in London on Friday 19th June 2020! 📢 📢Key note speakers include & .
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Tom Spencer Jan 15
New Postdoctoral Fellow position for an exciting project on placental development and trophoblast biology in cattle and pigs in the Spencer lab . Contact spencerte@missouri.edu.
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The Voyager's Workshop Jan 10
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Department of Biology – University of Padova Jan 16
GRANT and AWARDS SERIES (Stars@UniPd): Clelia Gasparini Sperm selection in ARTs: a new approach
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SSR Jan 16
Calling all researchers and scientists! In case you missed it, we recently opened our call for abstracts for . Learn how you can submit yours here.
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RosenLab Jan 16
NEW online ! We are seeking couples who are considering/receiving treatment or medically assisted to complete a series of online surveys. Contact us at journey.project@outlook.com or 514-343-6111 ext. 54060 to participate! Please RT!
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Cecilia Lindskog Jan 9
Happy to publish this collaborative project on a transcriptional Cell Atlas of human testis during puberty.
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Terje Svingen Jan 15
Taking chemical mixtures into account when considering risk to human health
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scarredletters Jan 10
All that fuss around spending time and money with another person is just so that you can eject 3 ml of your body fluids into another cavity, but most times into rubber? Alright.
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Josephine Greenbrook, MScPsy, LLM(Med), MScSocio Jan 9
For all in , , and , kindly circulate this for a stream I'm co-convening with from at the conference this summer in San Francisco. Deadline January 31st!
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Dr Niina Kolehmainen 🇪🇺 7h
An excellent clinical academic looking for a longer term post with research costs and a PhD too? Look no more but get in touch. We now have specific guidance for clinical academics too, msg me!
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Michael Reynolds 21m
2019 Giller Prize winner is coming to Request, read, review and come meet Ian at the Lunchtime Author Reception (Friday).
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Emerald Sociology & Criminology Jan 10
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KosmikEclipse Jan 13
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Thomas Rawlings Jan 13
Our lab is on the news! Prof. Brosens explaining the importance of stem cells in recurrent pregnancy loss. Check it out here on
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