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Meet Dr. Theodor Scwann!

Dr. Theodor Schwann, a German physiologist, was born in Neuss in Rhenish, Prussia December 1810. He began his studies at the Jesuits College in Cologne and afterwards at Bonn. He later received a medical degree in Berlin.

Join us at AAI 2014 in Pittsburgh!

It's hard to believe we are already done with AAI 2014! This is our first show that we have returned to since starting at conferences last year with AAI 2013. So, we have a special place in our heart for AAI. This conference did not disappoint.false

Visit us at AACR 2014 and help us donate towards childhood cancer!

Thanks to all of you who helped us donate towards childhood cancer research. Each Bioss Brick you've signed has allowed us to contribute one dollar to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. Your efforts and compassion are appreciated! After the dustfalse

Meet The Bioss Brick™

It's been some time in the making, but we've developed a new vial case that we are cleverly calling "The Bioss Brick™" (OK, it's not THAT clever . . . ) In any case, we are very excited about this.

Join Bioss at Neuroscience 2013!

Last day at SFN 2013! IgGy is geared up with some java and ready to go! We saw many returning and friends and even more new ones. This has been an excellent show for us thanks to all of you! We will keep in touch and we look forward to workingfalse

Meet IgGy The Bioss Dragon!

Meet IgGy™ The Dragon! Our lovable ambassador loves flame-fired foods, sequencing and long hours in the lab. If you have any photos of our dashing dragon perusing your local streets or hanging out in the lab be sure to send them to us! Check outfalse

Join us at AAI 2013 in Honolulu!

Well, it's the morning of our last day. We are busy packing right now as we get ready to head off to the show one last time. It will be sad to leave. This place is beautiful and the conference has been a huge success. Perhaps the saddest part offalse