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Extreme Biobanking: How to Build and Operate a -80°C Walk-In Freezer

Opening a door and walking into the equivalent of Antarctica takes preparation. Scientists studying climate can use instruments to measure extremely cold temperatures: NASA documented the lowest temperature on record, -93.2°C, in 2010 from a high ridge on the East Arctic ice sheet, using satellite data. But what if instruments won’t do the job? What if your employees have to work in such an environment?

Topic: Biobanking and Biorepository, Content: eBoo..........