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Centrum för reproduktionsbiologi

Centrum för reproduktionsbiologi i Uppsala, CRU, är en gemensam centrumbildning för SLU och Uppsala universitet. CRU består av ett nätverk av forskare som arbetar inom ämnesområdet reproduktionsbiologi vid de två universiteten.


Det finns 53 sidor som är taggade med Centrum för reproduktionsbiologi (CRU):
CRU symposium: Male reproduction

CRU symposium: Male reproduction

CRU welcomes all interested to the CRU symposium "Male reproduction", September 13, 2018 at 13:00. The symposium will be held in Lärosal 5 at the Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala, Sweden. Invited

CRU networking meeting 2018

CRU networking meeting 2018

Welcome to the CRU Networking Meeting on August 21 2018 Place: Waldenströmsalen, Rudbeck laboratory entrance level, C11. Time: 1 pm to 3.30 pm Poster competition for PhD-students with the price of 10

CRU symposium: Male reproduction

CRU symposium: Male reproduction

CRU welcomes all interested to the CRU symposium "Male reproduction", September 13, 2018 at 13:00. The symposium will be held in Lärosal 5 at the Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala, Sweden. Invited

CRU symposium: Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update

CRU symposium: Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update

CRU welcomes all interested to the lunch-to-lunch symposium Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update, 18-19 October 2018.  Keynote speaker: Professor Charles Tyler, Exeter

KV Försämrad fruktsamhet hos kvinnor

Forskningsprojektet syftar till att undersöka vilka kemikalier som återfinns kring äggceller och i blod hos kvinnor och att se om och i vilken utsträckning kemikalier kan påverka kvaliteten på

CRU PhD course: Epigenetics and reproduction, 1.5 credits

CRU PhD course: Epigenetics and reproduction, 1.5 credits

Welcome to the PhD course Epigenetics and reproduction, arranged by CRU in collaboration with SLU's Graduate School for Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences (GS-VMAS). Preliminary programme Course

CRU networking meeting 2018

CRU networking meeting 2018

Welcome to the CRU Networking Meeting on August 21 2018 Place: Waldenströmsalen, Rudbeck laboratory entrance level, C11. Time: 1 pm to 3.30 pm Poster competition for PhD-students with the price of 10

CRU symposium: Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update

CRU symposium: Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update

CRU welcomes all interested to the lunch-to-lunch symposium Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption - an update, 18-19 October 2018.  Keynote speaker: Professor Charles Tyler, Exeter

CRU lunch seminar: Spermatozoa function and its evaluation, how flow cytometry can help?

CRU lunch seminar: Spermatozoa function and its evaluation, how flow cytometry can help?

Welcome to CRU’s lunch seminar May 9. Professor Felipe Martinez Pastor, Institute of Animal Health and Livestock Development (INDEGSAL), University of León, will present his work with the title “

CRU lunch seminar: Spermatozoa function and its evaluation, how flow cytometry can help?

CRU lunch seminar: Spermatozoa function and its evaluation, how flow cytometry can help?

Welcome to CRU’s lunch seminar May 9. Professor Felipe Martinez Pastor, Institute of Animal Health and Livestock Development (INDEGSAL), University of León, will present his work with the title “

CRU PhD course: Sperm quality evaluation, 2 credits

CRU PhD course: Sperm quality evaluation, 2 credits

Welcome to the PhD course Sperm quality evaluation, arranged by CRU in collaboration with SLU's Graduate School for Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences (GS-VMAS). Course date: May 14-18, 2018

CRU symposium: Dairy cow nutrition and needs for lactation - Impacts on post-partum metabolism and reproduction

CRU symposium: Dairy cow nutrition and needs for lactation - Impacts on post-partum metabolism and reproduction

CRU symposium: Dairy cow nutrition and needs for lactation - Impacts on post-partum metabolism and reproduction Welcome to CRU's symposium "Dairy cow nutrition and needs for lactation - Impacts on