Sample Management Exhibit at Virtual Biobanking Symposia
16 Oct 2020
Ziath will be taking part in ISBER Virtual Symposium 2020 and the Europe Biobank Week 2020 - key virtual symposia for scientists involved in biobanking.
Registrants to the online events will be able to learn about the latest innovative sample management products and application solutions that Ziath can provide – from the comfort of their laboratory or office.
In biobanks and biorepositories - samples must be collected, processed, stored, and tracked properly in order for testing and research to be conducted properly. The effective management of sample collection is essential to the overall success of therapeutic drug discovery and development for personalised medicine. However, it is frequently one of the most overlooked aspects of a project. Inaccurate sample documentation can cause a loss of data, which can in turn stall the progress of a research project. Such costly mistakes mean that experiments may have to be repeated, and could ultimately delay or prevent valuable therapies from ever reaching the market. Ziath can help alleviate such problems by implementing a system of efficient biobanking information management and sample control.
Steve Knight, Commercial Director for Ziath, said: "We have developed an array of informative new online content to support our attendance at these virtual symposia. In addition to offering live chat interaction with our technical specialists during the actual events, we will be adding additional content that will be available for scientists to download on demand. We hope you find our exhibition stand at these virtual symposia informative, interesting and a worthwhile experience."
Taking place on October 22-23 2020 - theISBER 2020 Virtual Symposium for the international biobanking community will include interactive educational sessions, networking opportunities, abstract presentations, and an exhibit hall. The largest biobanking conference in Europe - Europe Biobank Week 2020 will take place in a virtual format between 17-20 November. Registration includes access to the virtual meeting platform, including all live sessions and session recordings.