Presentation in Berlin
On April 14, 2015 presentation of the microbiological safety cabinet class II Neoteric of the LAMSYSTEMS brand took place in one of the largest biotechnological parks in Germany Campus Berlin-Buch.
Chosen place of the event was not coincidence. Campus Berlin-Buch is the unique innovational scientific center where fundamental studies in molecular biology, clinical research, and biotechnologies are strongly interconnected. It provides favorable environment for joint scientific development, exchange of ideas and experiences in human genome field, proteins analysis, immunology, molecular diagnostics, synthesis of peptides, and treatment of cancerous, cardiovascular, and neurological diseases, and etc.
Among the guests invited to the presentation of the LAMSYSTEMS equipment were specialists of the training center Akademie der Gesundheit, representatives of the safety department of the MaxDelbrückCenter for Molecular Medicine (MDC), employees of the companies performing scientific research and development in the laboratories on campus.
Protective features of the microbiological safety cabinet have been demonstrated to the guests, among them was triggering of the audio-visible alarm when air grille is blocked or front sash is opened. Competitive advantages of the pull-out UV unit construction were also demonstrated.
Discussions raised during the presentation have shown that invited specialists are not only highly competent; they are also professionally interested in this type of laboratory equipment. In turn, delegates of the LAMSYSTEMS holding have shown that they are ready to cooperate with scientists on campus in terms of employment of the microbiological safety cabinets in various types of research, scientific developments, and training of the young professionals. All the more, the unique atmosphere of friendliness and science governing in the Berlin-Buch Campus, sharp focus on the biotechnologies, and territorial proximity of all the parties interested contributes to the fruitful cooperation in matters of biological safety supremely well.