As a member of the scientific research community, you spend your work day answering questions and solving problems. Maybe this week you’re testing a new protocol to prepare biological samples for long term storage. Or perhaps you’re combing through data, looking for new insights from experiments you finished a few days ago. Or, who knows? Your top priority at the moment could be researching ultra-low temperature freezers.
Whatever happens to be on your “to-do” list, we’d like to help. Our goal when we started this blog was to become an information resource for biobankers, so if you have a minute, could you let us know:
What topics would you like us to cover here?
Would you prefer we publish articles about best practices, cold storage, risk mitigation, the latest biobanking research . . . or something else entirely?
Which repository categories are of the most interest to you –animal, environmental, human, microorganism culture, museum, plant/seed . . . or ???
Please leave us your feedback in the comment section below. Let us know how we can help make your work more efficient, more effective and more enjoyable.
We look forward to hearing from you!
José Luis says
I would like to know more about standardized protocols for freezing and storage different types of samples……..greetings from CHILE ¡¡¡
Biobanking Staff says
Thanks, Jose. We’ll make sure to write more about those topics.