Adrian Filips

Adrian Filips

Oct 25, 2023

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    About This Project

    Temperature-sensitive reagents are common in biology labs, and often
    need to be stored in expensive ultra low temperature ULT refrigerators.
    This is one of the highest cost barriers to setting up a biology lab and
    makes research incredibly difficult in low resource settings. An enzyme
    cooler stored within a standard freezer can be a viable alternative. We
    plan to design, build, and test an open-source enzyme cooler that can be
    built for as little as $25 without sacrificing performance.

    Blast off!

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