The ReproYoung Steering Committee (an established association for young researchers within reproduction) had a meeting yesterday, where they were adding the final touches to the phenomenal 4th ReproYoung Conference that takes place on October 25th to 26th in Ystad, Sweden.
Newest research in reproductive medicine and how to predict reproductive diseases
Join us at Nordic Life Science Days 2018 in Stockholm, where ReproUnion will be hosting a Super Session to discuss the business and the industries perspective on reproductive medicine.
According to ReproUnion postdoctoral fellow Stine Gry Kristensen from Laboratory of Reproductive Medicine at University Hospital of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet, it will be possible for men (who injects hormones) to get pregnant
New ReproUnion Survey: Young Men Wants to Delay Parenthood – Prioritizes Education and Career Prior to Having Children
A new survey from ReproUnion in collaboration with Uppsala University in Sweden shows that young men want to delay parenthood and having children and instead focus on having an education and career
ReproUnion is a finalist in the RegioStars Awards 2018 under the category of “Creating Better Access To Public Services”. RegioStars Awards identify good practices in regional development and highlight original and innovative projects that are attractive and inspiring to other regions.
ReproUnion Recognized by the European Commission at the RegioStars Certificate Ceremony for Finalists
Tuesday 3rd of July ReproUnion chairperson, Professor Jens Sønksen, attended the European Commission’s RegioStars certificate ceremony in Strasbourg, France. In the ceremony, the ReproUnion project was recognized by the European Commission and chairperson Sønksen was handed a certificate certifying that the project is nominated for RegioStars Awards in the category of “Creating better access to public services”.
Earlier today, the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) released a press release on research from scientists, one of them being ReproUnion postdoc Susanne Pors at University Hospital of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet in Denmark. This evening we can inform that the research has been featured in several major international news channels such as BBC News, CNN, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent
ESHRE has released a press release on important steps in the development of an artificial ovary that has been successfully completed by one of the world’s leading groups in fertility preservation from researchers at University Hospital of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet.
These days, ReproUnion is gathering international scientists from leading research environments for a workshop to establish a global network within reproductive medicine. The ambition of the workshop is that we