EFFAB/FABRE webinar series
03. December 2021
Webinar series: Breeders talk green

Dr. George Seidel Jr. Honored by the International Embryo Technology Society
11. November 2021
Dr. George Seidel Jr. Honored by the International Embryo Technology Society The International Embryo Technology Society (IETS) board of governors voted unanimously to rename the keynote address at their annual conference the “George E. Seidel Jr. Keynote Lecture.” This act is a tribute to Dr. George Seidel Jr., who made numerous highly regarded scientific contributions in the field of reproductive physiology and died in September of 2021.

18. October 2021
As part of a Department of Agriculture, Food and The Marine-funded project entitled ‘Accelerating genetic gain and improving beef output from the dairy herd’, applications are invited for two positions leading to a PhD degree. Project Details The overall objectives of the project are: • to test the capability of in vitro embryo production and embryo transfer techniques to accelerate genetic gain. • to increase the value of beef calves produced from the dairy herd.
28. September 2021
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Please join us for a virtual celebration of life for Dr. George Seidel Jr. onWednesday October 6th at 6:00 a.m. MST/ 12:00 p.m. GMT *See program schedule, Zoom link and tribute below *If you have photos of Dr. George Seidel Jr. that you'd like to contribute to a slideshow effort, you can submit them to this OneDrive link by Oct. 3. Questions can be sent to jennifer.barfield@colostate.edu. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96195482835?from=addon
Honoring Dr. George Seidel Jr.
13. September 2021
George E. Seidel Jr. died in the early morning hours of September 4, 2021 with his family by his side. George was many things to many people. He was well-known for his scientific contributions and as being a kind friend and colleague who always had an open door. He was most proud of being a dairyman, which influenced his approach to life and set the stage for many of his most highly regarded scientific contributions.

Proceedings AETE 2021 on website!
27. August 2021
The proceedings of this years meeting 2021 are now available via the website. Easily follow the link of AETE proceedings on the website to be sure you read all the nice abstracts of this year. Many thanks to all of you for your contributions! We hope to meet you all for our first session of 'Selected short orals AETE Virtual' and 2nd webinar Monday 6 September at 15h. If you did not register yet, be sure you register in time! The AETE board

Statistics 2020 on website!
19. August 2021
The statistics of 2020 are now available on the website, please check it out. Thanks to all of you who shared data, without your help we would not be able to realize these statistics! The AETE board

Professor Ian Gordon 1928-2021
20. July 2021
It is with sadness that we write to inform the Society of the passing of Professor Ian Gordon on July 5th 2021 at the age of 93.

21. June 2021
After a perfect first kick-off webinar at 17 June we would like to announce our coming webinars in September and October. Please keep an eye on the website for more details about the webinars.

Prof William Richard (Twink) Allen 1940 - 2021
11. June 2021
It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Professor Twink (WR) Allen, who died in Dubai on 6 June 2021 after a very short illness. Twink will be forever remembered as a pre-eminent pioneering scientist in equine reproduction who has also significantly influenced how breeding mares are clinically managed. These scientific achievements were matched by his enthusiastic, determined and hard-working approach consistently applied in his endeavour to search for new knowledge.

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