The Department of Artificial Insemination and Embryo Transfer at Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) in Wafiya received a number of girl students from the College of Food and Agriculture of the UAE University in the presence of the head of the department Engineer Ahmed Mohamed and doctors working at the department.
The visit was aimed at learning about the technologies used at the department. The head of the department made a presentation about the services offered to the nationals and the role of ADFCA in improving the productivity of animal wealth. The department seeks to improve animal productivity through new methods and techniques for the treatment of infertility among animals, such as artificial insemination for cows, embryo transfer for camels and pregnancy detection for farm animals.
The girls toured the department's laboratory to see its functions. They were also given an opportunity to conduct the microscopic examinations themselves. They were also given briefings about the various other therapeutic, curative and diagnostic methods and tools used in the laboratory.