The Society for Reproduction and Fertility aims to enhance the knowledge of reproductive processes and fertility in humans and animals.

Reproduction and Fertility – new open-access journal from SRF and Bioscientifica.

We are pleased to announce that the Society’s journal, Reproduction has an increased 2019 impact factor of 3.206. It now ranks 10 out of 29 in the Reproductive Biology category and 12 out of 41 in the Developmental Biology category.

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.

Sperm you can bank on, is now virtual.

Fertility 2021

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Voting to open 16 November

Voting for Council Nominations will open on Monday 16th November 2020. Invitation by email. 

SRF-Reproduction

WINNER announced SRF-Reproduction Prize 2020 

Reproduction and Fertility

New Open-access Journal from SRF and Bioscientifica

Latest news

30 years of pre-implantation genetic testing

The November 2020 issue of Reproduction includes special content on pre-implantation genetic testing, which is guest edited by Professor Alan Handyside, who reported the first pregnancies using this technique in Nature in 1990. The special content includes an...

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In Memoriam – Dr Muhammad Khalid

In Memoriam Dr Muhammad Khalid was trained as a veterinarian from the College of Veterinary Sciences, Lahore and had MSc (Hons) in Animal Reproduction before he obtained his PhD from the University of Nottingham.  For his PhD he worked on the control of gonadotrophins...

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Call for Nominations 2021

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