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1st December 2018 – Novara, Italy: Giornate sul trapianto renale a Novara

The “Giornate sul trapianto renale a Novara” is a lecture series for healthcare professionals involved in renal transplantation, which aims at engaging with therapeutic and methodological advances,...
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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...
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5th July 2018 - Berlin, Germany: Press conference on the Northern White Rhino

The scientific paper published  on Nature Communications has been presented to the public in a press conference held at Tierpark Berlin. The following experts attended the conference: Prof Dr...
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4th July 2018 - Northern White Rhino - Nature Communication publication

Northern White Rhinos (NWR) are functionally extinct, as only two females of this species are left on the planet. An international team of scientists has now successfully created hybrid embryos from...
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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).