Press release - for immediate release
22 July 2014
NEW iPad App for TAP's ambr15 Automated Micro Bioreactor System - Provides Simple to Use, Downloadable iBrochure Packed with Applications and Benefits
TAP Biosystems (now part of the Sartorius Stedim Biotech Group), a leading supplier of cell culture and fermentation systems for life science applications, is delighted to introduce its new ambr15 micro bioreactor iPad app, allowing scientists the opportunity to download, free of charge, all available information on this unique system as a handy iBrochure.
The new ambr15 iPad app, presented in a fully interactive 'iBrochure' provides an overview of all the useful information on the ambr15 automated micro bioreactor and will help bioprocess professionals to rapidly familiarise themselves with the system. The iBrochure features a video demonstration and an interactive tour, as well as an image gallery showing close-ups of the key features. There are also quotes from recent articles on the ambr15. These provide bite-sized summaries of the many cell culture applications in which use of ambr15 has improved cell line selection and optimised bioprocessing parameters, making it quick and easy for scientists to understand how they would use an ambr15 to accelerate their own process development.
The ambr15 app is FREE to download to an iPad via the link below this news release and the iBrochure does not require Wi-Fi or an internet connection after download is complete.
Dr Barney Zoro, ambr Product Manager at TAP Biosystems stated: "Bioprocessing professionals like to share information on their iPad with colleagues and are sometimes in places where using a paper brochure or the internet is either impractical or expensive. We have listened to this request and now they can access all the key learnings we have gathered from ambr15 adopters in major pharma, biotechs and CROs in one handy iBrochure. This is a very useful resource and will make it easy for scientists to share the information to support presentations to colleagues and bid for budget funding to purchase and implement the ambr15 micro bioreactor system.'
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