In the field of embryo cryopreservation, two common methods are vitrification and slow freezing. Currently, vitrification technology has been widely adopted by human assisted reproductive centers, yielding better clinical outcomes over the past decade compared to slow freezing. However, its application in research settings has been limited by equipment requirements (such as microscopes) and personnel expertise (the lengthy training period for embryologists and the variability in success rates due to manual handling). The Biorocks Automatic Vitrification and Warming System is the world's first vitrification and warming technology based on microfluidic control, ensuring the stability and efficiency of embryos (oocytes) during the vitrification and warming processes. Its user-friendly interface allows operators to easily control the entire cryopreservation and warming process with simple training, eliminating the need for embryologists. Currently, Biorocks owns the exclusive product globally that enables real-time, on-site warming operations without the need for microscopes or embryologists.


Biorocks Vitrification System

The Future of Embryo Preservation

execute warming swiftly, prepping embryos for immediate transfer

From specialized labs to farmhouses

Performance (24h re-expanded rate and 48h hatching rate) of Biorocks' fully automated vitrification system on cattle embryos and oocytes virtrification, as compared with the conventional slow freezing method and the manual virtrivication method. Higher 24h re-expanded rate and 48h hatching rate and lower standard deviation are achieved.

Re-expansion rate of blastocysts vitrificated by embryologists with different experience. Manual vs. Biorock's.



Vitrification: Number of blastocysts vitrificated by manual vitrification
Biorocks: Number of blastocysts vitrificated by Biorocks' automation vitrification system.

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