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Lab Vaults at 70 Degrees Every Day: Maintaining Proper Temperatures in Storage

Keeping proper temperatures for your lab materials has perhaps become challenging lately as you face continual budget cuts.

We Won't Tell, But You Can...Why Confidentiality is so Important

As you work on a critical study in your lab, do you have safeguards in place to keep all scientific data private?

Use that Bubble Wrap, Send Your Studies to Us for Safe Storage

Storing study materials adds extensive overhead costs to any facility with blocks, slides, tissue, and more.

Tom Cruise Couldn’t Even Steal Your Material: Technology to Protect Your Files

Those of you who've seen the "Mission Impossible" movie franchise know they often make the impossible seem all too plausible.

Four Reasons to Store Your Research at an Archiving Facility

Running a histology lab is going to involve a lot of research material that could easily become damaged if you're running out of space.

Why to Use an Archiving Facility Instead of Storing Studies Yourself

One major challenge you're likely experiencing in your histology lab is that you're seeing tremendous growth thanks to the support of sponsors on your studies. However, do you really know how you're going to keep up with demands if you stay in your current laboratory?

10 Reasons to Outsource Your Study During the Holidays

Academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and biotechnology firms face many of the same holiday demands that retail stores face.

How to Properly Store Your Preclinical Study Materials

The fast development of molecular biology and other intensive analytical technologies has resulted in a dramatic increase in the need for biological sample storage.

Outsourcing: How Important are SOPs?

As a laboratory that deals in a specific science, you're perhaps starting to realize it's impossible to do testing on your own without some help.  Whether its histology, biotechnology, or the pharma industry, your reputation is on the line if a particular study goes awry due to staff inefficiencies.

This Is The Role Specimen Storage Plays in GLP Preclinical Studies

In the role specimen storage plays in GLP preclinical studies, there is a simple answer; it is at the heart of pharmaceutical research and important to Food and Drug Administration approval for new drugs. However, that statement does need extensive qualification.

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