The University of Szeged is one of Hungary’s leading research institutions with a long history of pioneering scientific achievements. For generations, the university’s scholars have been focused on collecting and storing biological samples for educational purposes as well as for clinical, biomedical and physiological research. In early 2020, the university began the building phase of a fully automatic biobank with a capacity of 19 million samples.
Download this case study to learn how this facility is expected to contribute towards:
- Personalized medicine
- Oncology research
- The future of biobanking