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While viewers around the country anxiously await the arrival of April the giraffe's baby, another zoo is making headlines for delivering a baby of their own. On March first, the Nashville Zoo welcomed a male clouded leopard cub in a revolutionary way. Working with teams form the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, the unnamed cub was the first of its species born via artificial insemination.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Medical Pharmaceutical Storage Cold Chain Cryogenics By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Cryopreservation has been used for decades to preserve tissues using liquid nitrogen in order to preserve them over a long period of time. Although this method allows scientists to bring back the tissues from very low temperature without causing damage, it has yet to be done on large tissue samples or organs. But researchers at the University of Minnesota say they are getting closer to a solution that could possibly eliminate organ transplant waiting lists.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Medical Pharmaceutical Storage Cold Chain Cryogenics By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Worldwide, there are more than 300 million biological specimens stored at temperatures below -80 °C, but most of them are unusable. According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, up to 70% of those samples are worthless because the lack of provenance. That means these samples have no histories or ways to trace them back to their origin. Not to mention, environmental storage records don't exist, so there's no way to validate these samples have been properly preserved.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Lyophilization Storage Cold Chain Cryogenics By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Some look at cryogenics as science fiction, while others look at it as another chance at life. That argument led to a historic ruling by a judge in London last month after hearing from a terminally ill 14-year-old girl hoping a future cure would give her a second chance.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Medical Pharmaceutical Cryogenics Europe By MadgeTech Marketing Team

How far would you go to make sure your unborn child was born healthy? That's the latest argument after a baby, now six-months-old, was born in Mexico using a new fertility technique involving both parents and DNA from a donor woman. The technique is causing a divide among medical professionals, while some say it could help other families with genetic disorders, critics says it's irresponsible and unethical.

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