Baker Ruskinn user wins the Nobel Prize

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Since 1998, Baker Ruskinn has been working with pioneering scientists around the world to make breakthroughs in cellular research. In those years, researchers have dedicated their lives to advancing knowledge and understanding of cell behavior. And that means from day one, you need to be confident that your results can be trusted.
Earlier today (Monday, October 7 at 11:30 GMT), the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2019 was jointly awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza "for their discoveries about how cells feel and adapt to oxygen availability. "
Both William G. Kaelin Jr. and Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe are long-standing clients of Baker Ruskinn. Their discoveries about how cells behave were made possible by the revolutionary technology developed by Ruskinn Technology Ltd (now recognized as Baker Ruskinn).
Baker Ruskinn is extremely proud of his part in the journey that has resulted in the Nobel Prize for William G. Kaelin Jr, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza.
In 1988 Andrew Skinn (founder of Ruskinn Technology Ltd) collaborated with Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and his team with a vision of developing oxygen technology for precision control with the launch of InvivO2. The InvivO2 workstation is designed and built to mimic the physiology of your subject, giving you the assurance of accurate results under controlled conditions. It allows you to study the most complex cell interactions under precise physiological conditions, regulating and maintaining oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity.
At Baker Ruskinn, we believe we can accomplish great things with remarkable minds and exceptional tools. We know that such breakthroughs are rarely made at night. We know it can take years of hard work and dedication. We know you rely on us to make sure every detail is perfect. That's why all our products are designed with precision craftsmanship and rigorously tested.
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