Next week, Caroline Feltham and I will be attending the 2016 Association of Biomedical Andrologists (ABA) 11th annual general meeting. The event will be held at The Angel Hotel in Cardiff from the 18th to 19th May and will explore a range of topics around fertility preservation including the sperm banking process, improving patient experience and ethical dilemmas.
Andrology remains a globally important area with many countries facing a decrease in fertility rates. Linkam’s WS37 warm stage and controller is a new and innovative system designed specifically with andrology in mind, thanks to its high temperature sensitivity, data logging and calibration, accuracy and ease of use.
If you would like to know more about our WS37 warm stage and what it can do for your research, come and see us at the ABA 11th annual general meeting next week.
By Tabassum Mujtaba