In this special two-part launch of the series, Prof Joanna Bridger & Dr Sabrina Tosi explored The Fertile Years. This series opener offered a biological perspective of how eggs and sperm are made, the wonders of what happens when they meet at conception, how implantation occurs; and the impact age and alternative remedies have on these processes.
Dr Manos Karteris and Prof Amanda Harvey then offered a biochemical view of the molecules, vitamins, hormones and pathways that lead to fertility, those that can be used to enhance fertility and protect the health of a developing foetus.
Centre for Genome Engineering and Maintenance (CenGEM), Brunel University London
Dr Sabrina Tosi: The Fertile Years 1
Prof Joanna Bridger: The Fertile Years 2
Prof Amanda Harvey: Biochemical Pathways to Fertility - Vitamins
Prof Manos Karteris: Biochemical Pathways to Fertility - Hormones