COVID-19

A message from the SRF Chairperson, Professor Colin Duncan

WCRB Postponed

WCRB Postponed until 2021

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Wombs with a View

“Wombs with a View: Illustrations of the Gravid Uterus from the Renaissance through the 19th Century.” written by Dr. Lawrence Longo and Dr. Lawrence P. Reynolds  published with Springer in 2016. The images housed on the digital archive are high resolution and down-loadable for free […]

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Joan Embola who received a Vacation Scholarship publishes research

J Embola Regulation of stanniocalcin -1 secretion by BeWo cells trimester human placental tissue form normal pregnancies and those at increased risk of developing preeclampsia

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WCRB Postponed

Please see below a message from Colin Duncan; It has been announced today that the WCRB, due to take place in Beijing in September 2020, has been postponed until September 2021. The SRF are very supportive of this and were involved in the decision to […]

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London – 11 March 2020 – lecture postponed

Unfortunately, the Sex in 3 cities London leg on 11th March 2020 has been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will look to rearrange the event for some time in the autumn.

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About the Society for Reproduction and Fertility

The Society organises a joint annual Fertility conference, awards a wide range of grants and scholarships to members, and sponsors relevant scientific workshops. The Society’s Journal, Reproduction, publishes original research articles and topical reviews in reproductive biology.

Membership of the Society is open to scientists and students worldwide who work on any aspect of reproductive biology or fertility and provides various benefits including bursaries to attend the annual Fertility conference, access to travel grants and sponsorship and online access to Reproduction and reduced personal subscriptions other reproduction and fertility journals and Societies.



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The majority of scientific images on this site are taken from the covers of our Journal, Reproduction.

 

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