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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...
Advancing Lupus Research: Establishment of a Robust Biorepository at UMass Chan's Lupus Center

Advancing Lupus Research: Establishment of a Robust Biorepository at UMass Chan’s Lupus Center

In a significant stride towards combating lupus, Dr. Roberto Caricchio, a distinguished figure in rheumatology at UMass Chan Medical School, has been awarded a $1.2 million grant by the Lupus Research Alliance. This funding aims to establish a comprehensive...
Malaysia's Sunfert International Fertility Centre Introduces Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation for Female Cancer Patients

Malaysia’s Sunfert International Fertility Centre Introduces Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation for Female Cancer Patients

Malaysia's reproductive medicine has reached a new zenith with the introduction of Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation (OTC) at Sunfert International Fertility Centre, a pioneering step in oncofertility. This groundbreaking technique, first initiated in Europe over two decades ago, marks Malaysia's...
BBMRI-ERIC Launches the Innovative Federated Platform that Benefits both Biobanks and Researchers

BBMRI-ERIC Launches the Innovative Federated Platform that Benefits both Biobanks and Researchers

The biobanking community has made a significant leap forward with the launch of the Federated Platform, an initiative driven by BBMRI-ERIC. This platform introduces two innovative tools, Finder and Locator, designed to facilitate researchers access to biobanks and biomolecular...
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...
USask Researchers Work to Establish a Groundbreaking Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation Program to Support Cancer Treatment Services

USask Researchers Work to Establish a Groundbreaking Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation Program to Support Cancer...

Dr. James Benson (PhD) is a globally recognized authority in cryobiology – the research study of biological specimens at below-standard temperatures. In Canada, he is among the few specializing in reproductive cryobiology research. Benson serves as an associate professor at...
Dual-Cap Sample Collection Tube for Genetic Testing Workflows (Ziath / Azenta Life Sciences)

Dual-Cap Sample Collection Tube for Genetic Testing Workflows (Ziath/Azenta)

Azenta Life Sciences has launched Cap2TM - a new 0.2ml PCR microcentrifuge tube featuring a novel dual-cap design with both hinged lid and screw cap to preserve the integrity of samples used in genetic testing workflows. Acting as both a collection and processing...
ViVa: One of Italy's Largest Research Biobanks to be Launched via Collaboration Between ISS and SIAD

ViVa: One of Italy’s Largest Research Biobanks to be Launched via Collaboration Between ISS...

An agreement between ISS and SIAD has been signed to build ViVa, which is set to become one of Italy's most extensive research biobanks. This facility will have the capacity to store a diverse range of biological samples, encompassing...
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...
Stem Cell Storage Partnership Between LMRUK and Smart Cells International Can be a Life Saver

Stem Cell Storage Partnership Between LMRUK and Smart Cells International Can be a Life...

Leukaemia & Myeloma Research UK (LMRUK) and Smart Cells International, the UK's first private stem cell storage company, have collaborated to procure, process and preserve cord blood stem cells using LMRUK's cord blood banking facility. The Model Cell Biobank, established...

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