One of our most anticipated events this year was the British Sociological Association (BSA) meeting, held between April 23 and 26 at Glasgow Caledonian University. Manuela Perrotta presented new findings from our project, focusing on the role of evidence-based medicine (EBM) in IVF. Our paper analysed professional attitudes towards time-lapse imaging technologies and how they illustrate a very ambiguous and complex relationship between reproductive medicine and EBM. We did not miss our chance to catch up with current research in our field and attended several medical sociology and STS (Science and Technology Studies) streams. Moreover, the team enjoyed excellent plenaries, including Nonna Mayer on voting and social precariousness and Satnam Virdee on race, otherness, and modernity. BSA 2019 provided excellent content and food for thought. We are excited to see what the next year brings.