Virus research in BINDER chambers
A first breakthrough was made by the virologist Professor Dr. Volker Thiel of the University in Berne, Switzerland. He used our BINDER Freezers in order to create the first synthetic clone of the coronavirus. With this success, it is now possible to work on a vaccine all over the world. Still now, the real coronavirus probes are stored in our BINDER freezers in Berne for further research processes.
In a second step, many institutions such as the Charité in Berlin or the company Curevac use our BINDER CO2 - incubators for the vaccine production. The University of Hamburg Eppendorf is also using our premium products made in Tuttlingen for clinical tests. In these studies, Professor Dr. Marylyn Addo tries out medicine that is already on the market and which might could cure severe forms of corona infections.