Creating the optimal environment for human embryology procedures

You can create a complete and bespoke culture system using our equipment and consumables supported by our expert embryology team.

ORIGIO, SAGE and LifeGlobal Media

We are the market leader in ART culture media, with products to support any preferred culture protocol.

Our certified, state-of-the-art production facilities follow the highest quality and regulatory standards to ensure consistent quality and low batch-to-batch variation.

RI EZ-Range handling devices

All the careful work taken to establish excellent culture conditions can be undone if the plasticware is of poor quality.

The RI EZ-Range of denudation and handling devices are made from flexible, shatter-proof medical-grade plastic, rigorously checked for quality, and MEA and LAL tested.

ORIGIO and Coda filters

Our filters are designed to protect your embryos during culture with a high capacity for VOC filtering. The ORIGIO Gas Line Filter contains a unique two-stage filter of activated carbon and potassium permanganate followed by a large HEPA filtration component.

The Coda Xtra inline Green uses a mixture of activated carbon and AldaSorb, which is designed to remove over 99% of all aldehydes, formaldehydes and acetaldehydes from incoming gas lines

ORIGIO, SAGE and LifeGlobal Oil

CooperSurgical is the only oil supplier to test their products using Atomic Fingerprinting, a comprehensive method to quantitatively analyze the physiochemical properties of an oil using a combination of several techniques.

Available pre-washed or unwashed, they are also POV, sterility, endotoxin level (<0.1 EU/mL) and 1-cell MEA tested.

K-Systems G210 InviCell incubator

Combining optimal embryo culture conditions with advanced user control, the G210 InviCell is the ideal incubation solution for a busy clinic.

Our proprietary software provides stress-free incubation, with gas, temperature and pH levels kept completely through tight environmental controls.

LifeGlobal GPS dishes

LifeGlobal GPS dishes are specially designed for IVF, with quick embryo location and enhanced optics and visibility.

Our dishes are made of non-toxic medical grade polystyrene, are sterile and have been MEA and endotoxin tested.

Additional Products And Services To Optimize Your Culture Solution


BT37 benchtop incubator

Humidified incubator designed to maintain consistent culture environments. CE marked, FDA cleared and Australia TGA.


SignipHyTM pH monitoring

Fast, cost-efficient, non-invasive continuous pH monitoring system for the G210 InviCell Plus incubator using sterile disposable sensors.

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