Your automated virtual sample catalogue
NorayBanks Catalogue is a web solution to make visible the activity of the biobank/institution, publish its catalogue of collections and fully manage the sample requests received from the scientific community.
It allows the creation of collaborative catalogues among different biobanks and institutions working in a network, and is especially aimed at biobanks and research centres.
NorayBanks Catalogue key features
The biobank creates the catalogue and publishes the samples
- Catalogue configuration
- Sample publication
- Automatic catalogue update
The researcher searches for samples in the catalogue and makes the request
- Agile and intuitive search engine
- User registration
- Request registration
- Project documentation provision
The biobank manages the request and sends the sample
- Ongoing communication with the researcher
- Approval management
- Sample preparation
- Documantation and information for the researcher
Closing of the application
- The biobank and the researcher close the request
- Evaluation of the level of service provided
Catalogue with public access and registration/management of sample requests with private access.
Independent and isolated database in which only the information of the collection to be published is collected.
It allows configuring the information on the collections and samples to be published, as well as the documantation that the scientific community must provide when requesting samples.
Integrable with your biobank/institution’s sample management software, allowing automatic catalogue updates.
FOR THE BIOBANK / INSTITUTION
Automatically updated catalogue.
Visibility of the biobank / institution and sample collections.
Minimisation of workloads for catalogue maintenance staff.
Integration in a single tool of different applications and databases (samples, applicants, requests, submissions…).
Standardisation and harmonisation of the information published in the catalogue.
Possibility to create collaborative networks among different biobanks or institutions.
Exploitation of information to identify trends and new market needs.
FOR THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
Easier access to information about the biobank/institution and its collections and samples.
Simpler sample application procedures.
Optimising communication between the scientific community and the biobank/institution.