Watch our Home Schooling Video Series

We have started hosting a series of virtual webinars focusing on a variety of topics in both the Life Science and Biomedical industries for people to join in from the comfort of their own home.

Our guest speakers have covered topics from Water Purification Technologies, Retrofitting an Automated Biomedical Watering System and the impact of COVID-19 on a Biomedical Facility. We are looking to host more of these webinars in 2021, so make sure to check back. If you want to be notified of when a new Home Schooling session is announced or a topic you want us to cover, please email

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Water variability in a Biomedical facility and how to manage it

Water Variability in a Biomedical Facility and How to Manage it

Rachel Maylott, LAS Business Development Manager from Avidity Science discusses the importance and impact of water quality in a Biomedical facility, what impact it can have on distribution systems and the technologies which can be utilised to minimise variables within your research.

Avidity Science Biomedical Symposium

Avidity Science 2020 Biomedical Symposium

On the 16th October 2020, we held a Virtual Symposium centred around issues relating to the Biomedical Industry and Automated Watering. We invited a variety of guest speakers to the event to give talks including Jayne Holby from University College London, Mark Williams at the Institute of Cancer Research and.the Facility Team at the Babraham Institute. Guests were also entered into a Prize Draw to win 1 of 3 coffee machines for their workplace. Click on the image to watch the recording.

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IST Austria Case Study

From Pencil to Pipe: IST Austria Case Study

Michael Schunn from the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) in Austria discusses what motivated them to make the switch from bottles to an Avidity Science Automated Watering System. Michael also goes into detail on the decision making, planning and installation stages.

Short History of Automated Watering Webinar

A Short History of Automated Watering in the UK - A Change in Perspective

Brian Gwynne, Facility Manager at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) discusses the history of automated water in the UK, its impact on animal research facilities and how the perception has changed over time.

New Normal

What Is The New Normal For Biomedical Research Facilities In The Next Decade?

In a period of massive disruption to the economy and to the management and operation of research Biomedical facilities what comes next? What will be the impact on research grants, facility budgets and how will this influence the design and operation of facilities, Steven Cubitt, Managing Director at CCTech Ltd. will explore these topics.


Retrofitting an Automated Watering System in a Grade II Listed Building

Jayne Holby, Facility Manager at University College London shares her story about retrofitting automated watering into her building and explains how it was installed and which parties were involved from water distribution pipework to on-site IVC rack upgrades. She also gives an insight into life with the new system for the staff, facility & residents.

Home Schooling Video WDEX Part 1

Watchdog EX™ - Part 1 and 2

Watchdog EX™ is a new software platform from Avidity Science that offers cloud-based access to the future of environmental control and monitoring. Arnie Markwald, Sr. Product Line Manager at Avidity Science explores what makes this a game changer for the industry.

Home Schooling Video Water Technology

The Science and Technology Behind Water Purification

This Home Schooling session is all about the science and technology behind water purification technologies. We all know water purification is important but this seminar will take your understanding to another level. Dr Matthew Mayhew, Sales Manager at Avidity Science explores the various different contaminants in water, how they affect water quality and review the various purification technologies available.

Watch this space - More videos coming soon!