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Modern cancer research is unthinkable without biological samples. Automated high-throughput analysis techniques enable scientists to quickly analyze thousands of blood or urine samples in search

The NCT Heidelberg is a joint institution of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and the University Hospital Heidelberg (UKHD). The tissue bank of the

A significant advancement has taken place at Ionian University, where cutting-edge AI tools are being used to process biomedical data, aiming to drive research in

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)’s Faculty of Medicine (CU Medicine) on Monday announced that its CU-Med Biobank has received international accreditation, noting the

A robotic arm, -80°C temperatures, and 3.5 million biomedical samples are just some of the features of a state-of-the-art bio-repository at the newly launched Biomedical

Viva will be one of the largest Italian research biobanks. It will develop on about 700 square meters and can contain up to 5 million

The genetic blueprints for the dazzling biodiversity of the Galápagos Islands will be preserved for the future thanks to the biobank created by researchers at

The research that can be done with biobank data might sound scary, but it shouldn’t be. Genetic data is de-identified. It means that it cannot

Samples and data from the MURDOCK Study — the groundbreaking community-based biorepository at Duke Kannapolis — helped to accelerate a recent heart failure discovery by

Tissue harvesting at the time of surgery offers surgeons and scientists a unique opportunity to discover and better understand disease pathophysiology. Tissue biobanking presents challenges