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Tuesday 16 February 17:00-19:00

We would like to thank you for attending the OBN Digital Event: ‘'An Insight into the history of Cryogenics and its Crucial Role in Life Sciences'. We hope that the session was of value to you and your organisation. 

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'An Insight into the History of Cryogenics and

its Crucial Role in Life Sciences' 


Event Programme:

17.00 Welcome by OBN

17.05 Welcome and Introduction to the Cryogenics Oxford Cluster - 

John Vandore, Business Development, Harwell Science & Innovation 

17.15 The unique history of Cryogenics in the UK and the contribution it makes to the UK economy - Beth Evans, Chair of the British Cryogenics Council, founded in 1967 at the Royal Society to promote knowledge and interest in Cryogenics  

17.30 Cryogenics and the Pandemic - Erik Steinfelder, Biobanking Market Development Director, Controlled Temperature Technologies, Thermo Fisher Scientific, a world leader in serving science, with the mission to enable customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.  

17.45 The Cold Chain Challenge - Amy Shortman, Director of Product Marketing, Overhaul, an intelligence-driven risk managment and real-time visibility platform that maintains cold chain integrity.

18.00 Cryogenics in the Future

18.15 Audience Q&A, hosted by John Vandore

18.30 Networking via the Remo Platform

19.00 Event Close


We look forward to welcoming you!

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The OBN Team

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