Brooks Life Sciences supports and advances the research, pre-clinical and clinical scientific community with its highly-flexible and fully comprehensive sample management storage solutions, instruments, devices and consumables.

Our customers experience best-in-class solutions for automated storage systems for compounds and biospecimens, biorepository and biobanking services, pre-clinical and clinical sample storage consumables and instruments, cell therapy cryopreservation and cold chain solutions, to global sample preparation and analytical lab services.


Solutions to manage samples across the research continuum for:

Upcoming Events

All Events

May 23, 2018

8th Next Generation Sequencing Symposium

12:45 PM

Join us for our 8th annual Next Generation Symposium at the University of Southampton.

Shortest Grant Applicationcompetition will be available at

June 20, 2018 — June 23, 2018

ISSCR 2018 Annual Conference - Melbourne

8:00 AM Conferences

Stem cell research has led to profound insights into how developmental processes work in plants, animals, and humans. Increasingly, our work has shed light on how different life forms begin, develop, mature, and respond to injury and age.

June 26, 2018 — June 29, 2018

SLAS Europe 2018 - Brussels

8:00 AM Conferences

The event will bring together over 1,000 Academic and Industry scientists and technologists from throughout Europe and beyond. We have put together a very exciting programme that includes three tracks addressing emerging and hot areas in Biology, Technology and Discovery.

disaster recovery

Featured Blog

What is the Best Freezer Technology for Disaster Recovery Planning for Biomaterial?

Natural disasters, extended power outages, and equipment failures can affect our ability to maintain a consistent environment for storage of priceless biomaterial. Disaster recovery plans that include multiple backup systems are essential for all professional biostorage and research facilities. In disaster scenarios, the choice of freezer type can make the difference between complete sample loss and maintaining biomaterial integrity.

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