OpenSpecimen and COVID19

“According to Darwin’s Origin of Species, it is not the most intellectual of the species that survives; it is not the strongest that survives, but the species that survives is …

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Should We Classify Biorepositories?

Over the past 100 years, biobanking has evolved from haphazard biospecimen collection and storage to automated, standardized processes. There are now many different kinds of biorepositories, including disease-centric, population-based, project-driven …

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OpenSpecimen v6.1. Released

OpenSpecimen v6.1 is now available for download. As always, each new release contains new features, bug fixes, and improvements. Here are the highlights of the release: Archive users and create …

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Newsletter – April 2019

Hope you are enjoying the weather in your part of the world. Unfortunately, it’s gotten very hot in Pune and will only get worse in the next few days! However, …

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OpenSpecimen v6.0 Release

OpenSpecimen 6.0 is now available for download. Like every new release, it contains new features, bug fixes, and improvements. New features Google-like Keyword search Quickly search for any label, title, name of …

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OpenSpecimen Workshops in Australia (Oct 2018)

We are conducting three one-day workshops across Australia on “OpenSpecimen – A Comprehensive Biobanking Informatics Platform” (www.openspecimen.org). Please email contact@krishagni.com if you are interested in attending any of them. The details are …

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    C.E.0, OpenSpecimen
    Email: sri@krishagni.com


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          Srikanth Adiga,
          C.E.0, OpenSpecimen
          Email: sri@krishagni.com