Attendance to the annual meeting of the European Society for Domestic Animals Reproduction (ESDAR)


This time in Helsinki! We have attended the 18th Annual ESDAR Conference. Other excellent opportunity to make contacts and learn about current research on animal reproduction.

We presented five posters showing our latest results, mainly by master and undergraduate students:

Alonso-Molero, J. , Mata-Campuzano, M. , Álvarez-Rodríguez, M. , Llorens-Méndez, J. , Fuertes, N. , [...]

Meeting of the Spanish Cell Biology Society (SEBC)

These days we have attended the biannual meeting of the SEBC. It has been a very stimulant experience, and we have had the opportunity of learning about the last advances in several areas of cellular biology and about many state-of-the-art techniques. We want to thank the organizing committee for this excellent meeting!

Our group has [...]

Participation in Fishgametes 2013

A new scientific meeting, a new topic.

We have attended the 2013 Fishgametes meeting. This meeting, supported by the Aquagamete COST action, has gathered together top experts on aquatic species from several countries. Dr. Felipe Martínez attended the meeting, accompanying several colleagues from the University of León. The results and reviews presented in many [...]

Participation in the XV Conference on Animal Production

Dr. Felipe Martínez attended to the XV Conference on Animal Production, organized by AIDA (Interprofessional Association for Agricultural Development), held in the Aula Dei campus, near Zaragoza (Spain). This is a very interesting forum, with conferences on many topics, such as genetics, health, management, nutrition and reproduction, and an excellent opportunity for interacting [...]

International Sheep Veterinary Congress in New Zealand

We have attended the 8th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, in Rotorua (New Zealand). We have presented two posters showing some of our last research results:

L. Ordás, M. Mata-Campuzano, M. Álvarez, L. Anel, P. de Paz, F. Martínez-Pastor. Antioxidants Trolox and GSH modify the motility subpopulation pattern of ram semen. J. Alonso-Molero, L. Ordás, M. [...]