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Reproduction: The ‘Best of 2020’ Collection

To showcase the high impact research published in Reproduction last year, we have compiled the most highly cited and downloaded reviews and research of 2020. Explore the ‘Best of 2020’ collection. The latest edition of Reproduction features a Special Collection...

ECR opportunity: Join the Reproduction & Fertility Editorial Board

ECR opportunity: Join the Reproduction & Fertility Editorial Board The Editorial Board of Reproduction & Fertility are looking for a postdoctoral researcher in reproductive science to join the Board as an Early Career Associate Editor. The position provides an...

ESSM 2021 Virtual – February 19-20,2021

Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends, due to the global spread of the COVID-19 virus and its unprecedented challenges, the ESSM Board took the difficult decision to postpone the face to face congress in Rotterdam 2021 to 2022, in the same city. Nevertheless, ESSM, has...

PhD Scholarship Opportunity

GRANT APPLICATION Research about telomere length in dairy cattle Application for a PhD-scholarship (FWO-SB https://www.fwo.be/en/fellowships-funding/phd- fellowships/phd-fellowship-strategic-basic-research/ and BOF-Ugent...

RVC London – Lecturer in Basic Sciences

Comparative Biomedical Sciences Location:  Camden (King's Cross, London) Salary:  £46,618 to £59,656 Per Annum Including London Weighting Permanent / Full Time Closing Date:  23.59 hours GMT on Monday 25 January 2021 Interview Date:  Thursday 18 February 2021...

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...

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...