“The RURO software platform enhances our growing portfolio of informatics solutions, providing customers with complete insight into their samples and enabling them to accelerate their research,” said
“Our laboratory freezer sample management software is a perfect complement to Brooks Life Sciences,” said
The acquisition is the latest addition to the growing portfolio of Brooks Life Sciences’ products, services, and informatics. FreezerPro and BioBankPro expand Brooks’ software offerings into a full range of informatics solutions that will now address any size laboratory, biobank or enterprise managing biological samples.
Brooks is a leading worldwide provider of automation and cryogenic solutions for multiple markets including semiconductor manufacturing and life sciences. Brooks’ technologies, engineering competencies and global service capabilities provide customers speed to market and ensure high uptime and rapid response, which equate to superior value in their mission-critical controlled environments. Since 1978, Brooks has been a leading partner to the global semiconductor manufacturing market. Since 2011, Brooks has applied its automation and cryogenics expertise to meet the sample storage needs of customers in the life sciences industry. Brooks’ life sciences offerings include a broad range of products and services for on-site infrastructure for sample management in temperatures of ‑20°C to -150°C, as well as comprehensive outsource service solutions across the complete life cycle of biological samples including collection, transportation, processing, storage, protection, retrieval and disposal. Brooks is headquartered in
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Brooks Automation, Inc.