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XII Asebir Congress gathers assisted reproduction experts in Palma for profound discussions and advancements


The Association for the Study of Reproductive Biology hosted its twelfth biennial Congress in November in Palma de Mallorca.

This record-breaking edition brought together nearly 600 specialized embryologists in Assisted Reproduction, marking its highest participation, with an unprecedented number of lectures, presentations, and sponsoring companies.

The congress examined the future of embryology globally, encompassing innovative practices, patient needs, and transformative initiatives in human reproduction.

Ten keynote lectures delved into technical aspects like cryopreservation, spermatogenesis, polygenic diseases, and oocyte maturation. They also addressed contentious issues in assisted reproduction, including the use of artificial wombs and stored embryos for non-reproductive purposes, tapping into significant social relevance.

Moreover, the Congress showcased 42 oral presentations on Time-Lapse and Artificial Intelligence, exploring various technologies, their outcomes, sperm selection, genetic studies, and variables impacting in vitro embryo development.

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