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A lot of autism research has focused on finding genes that might cause autism. To conduct these genetic studies, researchers have created ‘biobanks’ – collections

Biobanking is vital in advancing biomedical research, supporting clinical applications, and enhancing our understanding of human health and disease. Using real-world data and biobanking can

At 18 Spanish hospitals, when a patient with brain metastasis undergoes surgery, they can donate a tiny part of their brain to the first repository

THE Swedish Embassy has launched the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS)’s biorepository and an innovation incubation hub at the Muhimbili National Hospital

Farmers from eastern and Central Africa have nothing to worry about their valued Africa indigenous chicken which has constantly faced extinction threats due to disease,

Researchers at Mater Hospital Brisbane are encouraging women with gynaecological cancers to donate to the state’s only live tissue biobank in a bid to improve

Biobanking is the preservation of biological materials, such as cryopreserving cells, gametes, and tissues. By freezing viable materials, we secure future access to genetic diversity

Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, has endorsed plans to use human stem cells and tissues to develop personalised medical research. He

The National Muscle Disease Bio-databank, co-led by Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Monash University and Alfred Health, will advance research into understanding why children develop genetic

Here is your monthly curated pick of biobanking news, jobs, and events from across the globe. We hope you will find this enriching and valuable.