The AETE 2020-Lite meeting is now live. All delegates that registered for the meeting are now able to review posters, short presentations and content form our sponsors as well as interact through chat boxes.
On Friday Sept 11, we will "meet" in person via Microsoft Teams to have real time presentations from nine selected speakers. Invitations to delegates have been sent.
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It won't be an AETE with the nice social interactions that we were used to have in NON-COVID times, but still we remember lively these nice, warm and social meetings! With these memories in mind we hope that you all will join, to make it a special online live meeting! We have very nice poster contributions with pitches for the 10th, that you can visit at your own ease. Many thanks for all the people who send in an abstract and will make this poster event to a true event with their digital...
The editor of the AETE newsletter would like to apologise for the delay in sharing this at this time. This is because much of our attention has been diverted to preparing for AETE-Lite annual meeting. We hope to share the newsletter with you in the coming days. Thank you for your patience.
Due to the continuing uncertainty in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of the Association of Embryo technology in Europe decided to postpone the 36th Scientific Meeting of our Society, which was due to take place in Dublin (Ireland) on September 10-11. However, as we have communicated to you previously, the AETE-lite meeting will move to an online alternative this year. AETE-lite takes place on September 10-11 this year. Register now to be part of it!
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We are grateful for the high number of 61 (!) abstracts that were submitted during the last weeks, thank you for this massive response and support in this extreme COVID situation. Right now abstracts are being reviewed with the generous help of many reviewers from the AETE society. You will soon be updated about the status of your abstract.
Dear members of the AETE, In Europe, as in the rest of the world, we are facing challenging times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On April 22, the board of the AETE met to discuss our annual scientific conference scheduled to be held in Dublin, and chaired by Prof Patrick Lonergan and his Local Organising Committee. After extensive and detailed discussions, considering all factors, we took the very difficult decision to postpone the AETE Annual Meeting in 2020 for one year. This means that there...