Earlier this year we helped in the donation of one of our bench-top BT37 incubators to Monash University for their 'Master of Clinical Embryology' course. Designed for embryo growth, incubators such as these have been responsible for greatly improving IVF results due to their stability and use of reduced oxygen, replicating in vivo conditions. The twelve month intensive course programme aims to provide students with practical experience of leading edge equipment such as this, along with all the essential knowledge and practical skills to contribute competently to any human infertility clinical service. Both theoretical and practical in approach the course also takes into account the contexts of international regulations and ethical considerations applying in human IVF, together with allied QA procedures, guidelines, protocols and regulations. As well as attending lectures and self-directed study, students are required to undertake practical skills training and also a minor research project, as research-related tasks contribute to the overall assessment.