Haier Biomedical UK is pleased to be attending ‘Research, Translation, Innovation and Learning’ at John Innes Centre in Norwich 9th September 2019. This event has been co-organised by S-Lab and the UK Science Park Association with free tickets for HE and research institute staff, and UKSPA members – Booking and more details via www.ukspa.org.uk
One of the aims of the event is to bring people from different backgrounds together around best practice in designing and operating science-focused facilities, specifically looking at the plans of Norwich Research Park, University of East Anglia and the new Quadram Institute.
Haier Biomedical is one of the world’s leading suppliers of life science equipment and part of the $38 billion Haier Group. Established in 1998, it designs, manufactures and sells laboratory equipment for the global market to enable scientific researchers and clinicians across the globe to perform research projects, produce medicines and treatments.
In this technology-driven era and the Internet of Things (IoT), Haier transformed from a traditional manufacturing enterprise into a cutting-edge, win-win IoT community ecology, taking the lead in igniting the Internet of Things economy.
As an innovator, Haier Biomedical is leading a new revolution in manufacturing and technology development. It has successfully created a new synergy combining its manufacturing with IoT-based biological and medical sciences and practices. Its low-temperature storage equipment works with IoT-based technology to make it possible for real-time monitoring and tracking of products and intelligent and precise sample management. These innovations help science-focused operations reduce resources and support best practices in sustainability.
Our product portfolio includes:
· Energy-efficient ULT freezers
· Biomedical freezers
· Pharmacy refrigeration
· Laboratory refrigeration including spark free models
· LN2 storage vessels and biobanks
· Clean air – safety cabinets and laminar flow
· Wireless monitoring for compliance
Alena, our local representative, ans colleague will be on hand to hear about the different challenges and plans for Norwich, hand out doughnuts and discuss how Haier Biomedical can help support your specific area of research.