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25th June 2019 – Berlin, Germany: The BioRescue Project to save the Northern White Rhino is financed with € 4.2 million

Today on June 25th, 2019, a joint press conference taking place in Berlin has announced the launch of the research project BioRescue for the rescue of the Northern White Rhino, which is threatened...
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9th-12th May 2019 – Bologna, Italy: Medical Science Festival

The fifth edition of the Medical Science Festival was held in Bologna between 9th-12th May 2019, and focused on The Intelligence of Health. The Festival saw the participation of internationally...
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14th-17th February 2019 – Hong Kong: Asian Horse Week and Longines Masters Series

The Longines Masters Series, one of the largest annual show jumping championships, took place in Hong Kong from the 15th to the 17th February at AsiaWorld-Expo, where the Grand Slam of Show Jumping...
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11th February 2019 – Stud for Life interview

Prof. Cesare Galli was interviewed by Michael Dorigo from Stud for Life (Studforlife.com), a reference tool for many stakeholders in the equestrian world covering the most relevant ongoing horse...
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16th November 2018 – Cremona, Italy: Le Sfide della Ricerca

The “Le Sfide della Ricerca” is a lecture series open to students and the general public in Cremona, Italy, which addresses some of the challenges of modern scientific research through the testimony of professionals operating in various fields.

Assisted reproduction techniques have traditionally been developed for the treatment of infertility. With the remarkable developments of cellular and molecular biology, the use of gametes and embryos goes beyond reproduction and becomes instrumental for genome editing, diagnosis and treatment of serious diseases, and regenerative medicine. Prof. Cesare Galli presented on the subject of assisted reproduction techniques, and in particular on their use in the reproduction of farm animals, in the biomedical field and for the conservation of endagered species.

Avantea's scientific contribution to the conservation of the Northern White Rhinos has been documented in a recent article in Nature Communications.

More information available on the leaflet for the event (italian).