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Making mRNA Technology Available To All.

About this Event

The mRNA vaccine and therapeutics market is projected to reach $59 billion by 2031, but as we learned during COVID, mRNA vaccines must be cryogenically shipped and stored at -80°C. Ziccum is solving the problem with a unique drying method for biopharmaceuticals and vaccines based that enables mRNA and other biomolecules to be easily handled and transported.

Watch our webinar with CEO, Ann Gidner, to hear the full story and why leading global biomanufacturing and pharmaceutical companies have already partnered with Ziccum to evaluate specific vaccines.

Video On Demand

– Recorded

December 13


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