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FILM: Advances in Assisted Reproduction – What Can We Expect?

1 November 2021
By BioNews
Appeared in BioNews 1119

This film documents the Progress Educational Trust event 'Advances in Assisted Reproduction: What Can We Expect?', produced in partnership with the Scottish Government.

(If you cannot see the film of the event below, click here to view it.)

0:00:00Sarah Norcross
Director, Progress Educational Trust

0:00:39Professor Rod Mitchell
Professor of Developmental Endocrinology, University of Edinburgh
0:10:54Professor Evelyn Telfer
Professor of Reproductive Biology, University of Edinburgh
0:22:05Professor Adèle Marston
Professor of Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh
0:32:59Professor David Albertini
Professor of Developmental Cell Biology, Bedford Research Foundation

0:46:33Responses to audience questions and comments

This film was made by Video Production Edinburgh.

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