Here at Uniquecapture Studio, we love our Commercial Photography and have been known to photograph anything from a pair of earrings, right up to a large stately home. But at the end of January (28th to be exact) we were extremely proud to be invited along for a location shoot to the opening of a new ground-breaking centre in Milton Keynes, which will be at the forefront of exciting world-class biomedical and clinical research into genetic diseases.
We were there on behalf of the centre taking photographs and as you can see, it was officially opened by Life Sciences Minister George Freeman.
The new £24 million National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) National Biosample Centre, will allow researchers to lead the way in finding diagnoses and treatments for conditions such as cancers, dementia and diabetes. It will store up to 20 million specimens of blood and urine taken from patients all over the UK, in massive freezers with temperatures of minus 80 degrees centigrade. Apparently, these freezers will be run by robots, as it’s way too cold for us humans!
It was very exciting to be part of this momentous event. One of the reasons why we absolutely love what we do!
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