Somark will are pleased to be returning to the American Associated of Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2024 once again!

We’ll be exhibiting at the AACR because it is one of the largest meetings of Cancer Researchers in the world. The event will be located in San Diego, CA on the 7th – 10th April 2024

Come visit us at Booth #2606

More than 20,000 researchers from government, industry and academia gather to present their advancements and visit the exhibits to keep abreast of new technologies. 

Here’s why you should plan to visit Somark at Booth #2606 to see our enhanced ID methods and the benefits they can have to further your research.

Somark is at the forefront of preclinical research ID innovation

We work alongside many research institutes and organisations which are working in the oncology arena. We understand the vital importance of the work these research facilities and many others complete in order to advance cancer science and medicine.

Somark plays its part in supporting this kind of research by streamlining the preclinical ID methods employed in such labs whilst monitoring laboratory rodent behaviour etc.

Our products are suitable for both large and short-term studies, with the benefits being reaped from a handful of lab animals to a couple of hundred. Our ID methods include:

Visual tail tattoos

Digital RFID tags

More commonly known across many organisations as:

Labstamp and Digitail

Our identification methods offer improvements to animal welfare, to help those labs who are keen to embed the Three Rs from the outset and throughout. For the most accurate research data, our products can be used to streamline ID processes, reducing the overall time it takes to conduct readings and the distance at which readings can be performed. Both of these factors further reinforce animal welfare by reducing the requirement for excessive handling.

By saving time in ID readings, technician’s time can be used more valuable and resource is also replenished more regularly.

We aim to eliminate the costly variables of animal misidentification and provide confidence in interpreting your study results. Come and visit our booth to learn how and why you should learn more!