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Autoscribe Informatics’ New Office in Australia Supports Growing LIMS Business

Autoscribe Informatics’ New Office in Australia Supports Growing LIMS Business

The Australian branch of Autoscribe Informatics, Autoscribe Informatics Pty Ltd, is thrilled to announce it has moved to new offices in West Lakes Adelaide, to better service its growing customer base across the Asia Pacific region. The operation is...
Australia's Largest 'Living Biobank' Developed to Safeguard Wildlife Biodiversity via Cryopreservation

Australia’s Largest ‘Living Biobank’ Developed to Safeguard Wildlife Species via Cryopreservation

Australia is embarking on an unprecedented conservation effort with the development of a 'living biobank' by the University of Melbourne and Museums Victoria Research Institute. This initiative, a first for an Australian museum, will begin with the collection of...
New Virtual Biobank Platform Launches to Enhance Outbreak Response and Improved Human Samples Access

APPRISE Virtual Biobank Revolutionizes Infectious Disease Research in Australia with a National Collaborative Platform

In a significant stride for pandemic research, Australia has unveiled a 'virtual' bank of human samples, a novel initiative designed to escalate the response to outbreaks through improved access to critical specimens. This cutting-edge virtual biobank, developed during the COVID-19...
Australian First Biobank Establishment to Discover Novel Treatments for Children with Genetic Muscle Diseases

National Muscle Disease Bio-databank: Australian’s First Biobank for Advancing Research on Children with Genetic...

An Australian first biobank is being established with the goal of advancing research and uncovering novel therapies for children afflicted by genetic muscle disorders, including muscular dystrophy. The National Muscle Disease Bio-databank, co-led by Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Monash University,...
Sydney Children’s Hospital Celebrates Twenty-Five Years of Biobanking to Understand Paediatric Cancer

Sydney Children’s Hospital Celebrates Twenty-Five Years of Biobanking to Understand Paediatric Cancer

For a quarter of a century and ongoing, thousands of patients treated at The Children's Hospital at Westmead (CHW) have played a vital role in advancing global knowledge about pediatric cancer via Biospecimen Research Services. Originally established as the first...
Canberra’s First Brain Cancer Biobank Established by Canberra Brain Cancer Collaborative

Canberra’s First Brain Cancer Biobank Established by Canberra Brain Cancer Collaborative

In a groundbreaking development, Canberra's medical community has been at the forefront of this pioneering research initiative, collaborating with several local hospitals and organizations to redefine brain cancer treatment methods. Their efforts have culminated in promising outcomes, which could...
NATA Becomes the Second Organisation to be Internationally Recognised for Accreditation for Biobanking

NATA Becomes the Second Internationally Accredited Biobanking Authority to ISO 20387

The Australia National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) recently confirms it has become the second accreditation body to be internationally recognised for accreditation of Biobanking facilities to the international standard ISO 20387. The recognition came as a result of NATA's...
TRACKER: Australia's First Longitudinal Biobank for Advanced Lung Cancer

TRACKER: Australia’s First Longitudinal Biobank for Advanced Lung Cancer

The creation of Australia's first Longitudinal Biobank, a collaborative effort between Austin Health and leading research institutions, aims to establish an extensive biorepository of biological samples from a diverse group of participants. This innovative project marks a pivotal moment in...
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Awarded $3 Million Grant to Establish Australia’s First Human Microbiome Biobank

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Awarded $3M to Establish Australia’s First Human Microbiome Biobank

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has recently been honored with a substantial grant of $3 million AUD. The grant will be dedicated to the establishment of a groundbreaking initiative known as The Australian Human Microbiome Biobank. The vast majority...
Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia Receives $6M Grant to Establish National Research Platforms

Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia Receives $6M Grant to Establish National Research Platforms

The NCRIS Health Group has granted Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia's project almost $6 million AUD from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) to establish a connected research platform network that will advance brain cancer research in Australia. The project...

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