Cryogenic freezers and vapor shippers are essential tools used in biobanking applications. These technologies enable the long-term preservation of biological samples, such as tissue, blood, and DNA, at extremely low temperatures, typically below -130°C. Cryogenic freezers use liquid nitrogen to maintain a stable temperature and can store samples for decades without compromising their quality. Vapor shippers, on the other hand, use liquid nitrogen to create a cold vapor environment around samples during transportation. This technology is particularly useful for shipping samples across long distances without the risk of thawing. Biobanking is essential for medical research, and cryogenic freezers and vapor shippers have revolutionized the preservation and transportation of samples, allowing for groundbreaking research to be conducted across the globe.