The winners of the Somark ‘win a SensaLab™ Ai.D™ for a year’ competition.

With the launch of the Somark’s game changing suite of new technology we ran a competition asking pre-clinical experts ‘how SensaLab™ will revolutionise the way you work’. After reviewing all the responses we are excited to announce the winning entries!

We have enjoyed reading about how SensaLab™ will revolutionize the way you work. The responses have been brilliant and with 211 entries we are genuinely excited about the change that this product will bring to the industry, delivering accurate, efficient and affordable identification to pre-clinical animal research.

Congratulations to Burleson Research Technologies and The University of Toledo who all win a SensaLab™ Ai.D™ for a year.

The winning responses are:

Burleson Research Technologies

“SensaLab will be used to identify rats and mice in our facility. The ability to implant an RFID chip upon animal receipt and then automatically tattoo a permanent ID at randomization will afford us great efficiency and improved accuracy. We also conduct developmental studies and the ability to place an RFID chip into rat pups and then tattoo a permanent ID at weaning would be revolutionary for our research. We are very interested in your system.”

The University of Toledo

“We run an international NIH funded rat resource for researchers. The goal is to track each rat with a unique ID number. One numerical tail tattoo will eliminate several ear re-tags on our animals and in our database (eliminating mistakes). Also, it will eliminate hours of coloring tails with markers as a secondary ID method. Our rats are shared with over 60 institutions so SensaLab Ai.D will be a BIG benefit to every collaborator”

With the winning entries, and in fact with all the responses, there is a clear theme. SensaLab™ promises to deliver significant benefit to the industry and indeed deliver revolutionary change. We love your feedback that SensaLab™ will encourage collaboration, help you save time and ultimately improve pre-clinical research.

Date: December 18, 2017

Category: News

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