Making a small contribution to a group’s work at Newcastle University

Prof Haniffa’s group at The Institute of Cellular Medicine, Newcastle University, is involved in the Human Cell Atlas (https://www.humancellatlas.org) project whose mission it is ‘to create comprehensive reference maps of all human cells—the fundamental units of life’. A major research goal of the group ‘is to decode the development and functional maturation of the human immune system’.

Haier Biomedical is proud to part of this project, even on a small level, with the delivery of three energy efficient Class 2 microbiological safety cabinets and low energy ULT freezer, pictured here with one of their researchers, Emily Stephenson.

Doug Scott, Haier Biomedical’s clean air specialist, teamed up with Scientific Lab Supplies, and their account manager Keith Robinson, to support this group and others around the university in the procurement of innovative and energy efficient laboratory equipment such as ultra-low temperature freezers and clean air cabinets.

This concludes another successful installation, and our 6thinstall this year, at Newcastle University by our clean air installation specialist Walkers Safety Cabinets.