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We're excited to present our latest RFID product range for fertility at the ESHRE AGM in Geneva, 2nd - 5th July. Our vapourphase reader and small Dewar neck reader now have WiFi connectivity, which eliminates the need for cumbersome cables within the cold storage room. Our RFID retro-fit cane tags, canister tags and Dewar tags turn a manual system into an electronic system in minutes, scanning all stored samples for retrieval and audit. With the addition of RFID enabled sperm straw sleeves or RFID enabled cryovials, the system has total electronic identification and traceability throughout. Please come along and see us on stand C19 in Hall 2, at the Palexpo in Geneva, to see an example of our systems in use.
– ESHRE AGM, Geneva, Switzerland
Cryogatt will be presenting at the International Society for Cellular Therapy, Annual Meeting, ISCT 2017, ExCel London. Presented are results obtained from a collaborative programme whose role is to accelerate the commercial development of the UK’s Cell and Gene Therapy Industry. The programme brought together Fisher BioServices, a worldwide leader in critical biological material management, Cryogatt Systems, developers of cutting edge based systems operating under extreme cryogenic temperatures (to -196 deg.C) and Cranfield University’s Operations Excellence Institute specialising in manufacturing and service simulation with experience of working in genetic therapies. Innovate UK provided grant support for the project. Work is disseminated on Thursday 4th May: Poster Session 1, 17:00 – 18:30 and Friday 5th May: Product Presentation Theatre, Slot 9, 12:30 – 13:00.
– International Society for Cellular Therapy, ISCT 2017
Cryogatt Systems is pleased to announce that it has been selected to collaborate on an exciting new research project under the auspices of the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult programme, whose role is to accelerate the commercial development of the UK’s Cell and Gene Therapy Industry. The project, entitled “Flexible Cell Therapy Cryogenic Processes and Future Manufacturing Facilities,” brings together Fisher BioServices (FBS), a worldwide leader in critical biological material management, Cryogatt Systems, developers of cutting edge RFID-based systems operating under extreme cryogenic temperature conditions (to -196 deg. C), and Cranfield University’s Operational Excellence Institute specialising in manufacturing and service simulation with experience of working in genetic therapies. Innovate UK is providing grant support for this project.
– Cell & Gene Therapy Catapult Programme

Biological sample mix up prevented

A Bristol hospital has been trialling the Cryogatt Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Tagging System, a unique cryo identification system, in its pathology laboratory for the past three months. The laboratory has been so impressed with the system’s results that it’s now giving demonstrations to other hospitals and laboratories.