Who we are

We are a team of University professors and researchers, with more than 25 years of experience in the use of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) in different species.

We are continuosly using our own products in research activities to gain knowledge about better embryo environment and improving the final quality of in vitro-derived embryos.

We have learnt, from our research, that there is no better environment for the production of healthy offspring than the physiological one. Consequently,  our goal is to offer the most natural products for the ARTs of the different mammalian species.

Where are we?

We work in the Department of Physiology at the University of Murcia and the technical plant of EmbryoCloud is located very close, at the Center for Multidisciplinar Research in Bioscience (PLEIADES building) in the Campus de Espinardo, Universidad de Murcia, Murcia 30100, Spain.

Our philosophy

There is no better environment for the production of healthy offspring than the physiological one.

Goals & values
  1. To offer the most natural products for the ARTs of the different mammalian species.
  2. To improve embryo quality throughout the use of our NaturARTs product.
Our experience
We have a number of publications and projects in the field.
Projects and Contracts

Proof of concept for the marketing of EmbryoCloud® products in animal assisted reproduction.
Principal investigator: Dr. Raquel Romar.  Agency of Science and Technology of Murcia. Séneca foundation. Project 20515/PDC/18.

From assisted reproductive technologies onwards: their impact on preimplantation epigenetic reprogramming and their use in the generation of CRISPR-Cas9 transgenic animals.  
Principal investigator: Drs. Pilar Coy and Joaquín Gadea.  Agency of Science and Technology of Murcia. Séneca foundation. Project 20040/GERM/16.

Obtaining healthy animals using assisted reproduction techniques based on physiological conditions
Principal investigator: Drs. Pilar Coy and Joaquín Gadea.  Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Project AGL2015-66341-R.

Description of new physiological pathways participating in mammalian fertilization.
Principal investigator: Dr. Pilar Coy. Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.  Project AGL 2012-40180-C03-01.

Generation of new knowledge on the biological mechanism of fertilization and application of the results in the improvement of the in vitro fertilization technique in mammals.
Principal investigator: Dr. Pilar Coy.  Spanish Ministry of Science and Education and FEDER. Project AGL 2009-12512-C02-01.

Genomic study of the porcine oviduct in relation with interactions produced during fertilization.
Principal investigator: Dr. Pilar Coy. Fundación Séneca (Center for Research Coordination), Comunidad Autónoma Región de Murcia.  Project 11996/PI/09.

Role of oviductal and acrosomal glycosidases in pig sperm-oocyte interaction.
Principal investigator: Dr. Pilar Coy. Fundación Séneca (Center for Research Coordination), Comunidad Autónoma Región de Murcia. Project 03018/PI/05.

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