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Biocompare Launches The Establishing And Maintaining A Cell Culture Facility Future Lab



11/16/2016 12:00:54 PM

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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Biocompare Inc. the leading product information resource for the life sciences, has launched the third in a series of digital information content hubs called Future Lab: Establishing and Maintaining a Cell Culture Facility (http://www.biocompare.com/Future-Lab/Cell-Culture-Facility/). This interactive feature, sponsored by NuAire, is designed to make learning about new technological advances in the life sciences easier and more engaging. Establishing and Maintaining a Cell Culture Facility is focused on delivering the best practices and in-depth information about the equipment required for culturing cells in an informative and immersive platform.

There has been a positive response to these content hubs; earlier this year Biocompare launched two other Future Labs. The first Future Lab which launched earlier this summer focused on Protein Production. Sponsored by Bio-Rad, this hub focuses on content targeted to scientists that are involved in all aspects of this process, from basic research through therapeutic protein production. The second Future Lab is specific to Immunodetection. Sponsored by Bio-Techne, the Immunodetection Future Lab features information on various aspects of antibody based applications.

"We are really excited to have developed this platform to allow the 2 million scientists who visit Biocompare each year to be able to consume content in a much more engaging environment. This fully supports Biocompare's mission to educate scientists in the latest technology while providing the tool provider community a unique and novel way to engage with our audience," says Joan Boyce, VP & GM of Biocompare.

Future Lab brings together informative content and presents it in an interactive environment to keep readers informed of the latest developments in a given area of research. The benefit of this is that as content gets added, users will be notified and come back over time to consume content. With all the available resources out there to users, it's the best way to push out content and see an immediate response.

"The creation of Future Lab is the next phase of growth and content development for Biocompare and we're excited about launching additional Future Labs in areas that are driving basic and translational research," says Mike Okimoto, PhD, Biocompare's co-founder and Chief Content Officer. "The next iteration of the platform will provide additional engagement opportunities and we look forward to rolling them out in the coming months."

Creating a community through content is what keeps users engaged and will in turn bring the scientific community closer.

About Biocompare, Inc.
Biocompare, Inc. is the leading resource for up-to-date product information, product reviews, and new technologies for life scientists. Biocompare combines as in-depth knowledge of the life science products and new technologies with the power of the Internet to offer scientists the most dynamic, relevant, and innovative media-based marketplace for life science information. Produced by scientists, Biocompare's mission is to provide free, time saving services to life science researchers, allowing scientists to find and learn about the technologies that drive discovery. Biocompare continually strives to serve the life science community by providing new and improved online services that facilitate product discovery and technology education. For more information, please visit www.biocompare.com.

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