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JUN 09, 2017
Application note: The reliability of assay-ready plates for cell-based screening enabled by the Echo® 550 Liquid Handler

In this application note, Sheraz Gul (Fraunhofer-IME SP), Markus Wolf (Fraunhofer-IME SP), Enda O’Connell (National University of Ireland Galway) and Howard Fearnhead (National University of Ireland Galway), demonstrate that the Echo 550 R Liquid Handler can precisely and accurately transfer nanolitre volumes of compound with acoustic energy in a completely contact-free manner…

MAY 26, 2017
High Throughput Screening – Accelerating drug discovery efforts - by Jack Rudd, Sr. Editor at Technology Networks

Developing a new drug from the original idea to the launch of a finished product is an increasingly complex process often spanning 12-15 years and costing over $1 billion dollars. With so much at stake, huge investment has been made into technology and process improvements to drive down costs, increase efficiency and ultimately, bring better drugs to the market faster...

MAY 21, 2017
Kudos to our first place winner Jasmine Temple and her @nyuniversity team Jef Boeke, Michael Shen & Leslie Mitchell for Sunset at the End!

Amazing submissions this year from across the globe. We can’t wait to see what 2018 brings. You can see these submissions and more on display June 1-5 at ASM Microbe in New Orleans www.asm.org/microbe! The coveted 1st place award goes to Jasmine Temple and her team at NYU Langone Medical Center, Institute for Systems Genetics for their creative yeast art Sunset at the End, a dazzling sunset cre...

MAY 09, 2017
Second Time’s The Charm For GP-Write - by Frances Addison on Front Line Genomics

This morning marked the opening of the second meeting for self-professed ‘sequel to the Human Genome Project’, Genome Project-write (GP-write), at the New York Genome Centre. It comes almost exactly a year after their controversial first meeting in Boston on 10th May 2016.

MAY 09, 2017
Automating Liquid-Handling Amplifies PCR-Based Assays - by Caitlin Smith on Biocompare

With the advent of PCR-based genomic screening assays, scientists can ask more questions—and get faster answers—than ever before. Concomitant advances in liquid handling and automation make it possible to boost sample throughput, as well as save time and increase reproducibility. Here’s a look at some new liquid-handling features available to researchers today for automating PCR-based genomic s...

MAY 08, 2017
Money still missing as the plan to synthesize a human genome takes another step forward - by Ryan Cross on Science

Ryan Cross on Science - Tuesday morning, more than 200 biologists, businesspeople, and ethicists will converge on the New York Genome Center in New York City to jump-start what they hope will be biology’s next blockbuster: Genome Project-write (GP-write), a still-unfunded sequel to the Human Genome Project where instead of reading a human genome, scientists create one from scratch and incorpora...

APR 28, 2017
World Class NHS Facility Drives Research and Innovation in Next Generation Sequencing

Dr Alka Saxena, is the Head of the Genomics Research Platform at the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London’s Genomics Research Platform, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at King’s College London. The BRCs aim to turn scientific discoveries into improved healthcare services. SelectS...

APR 20, 2017
Automated liquid handler vendor vs third party plastic company - by Dr John Comley on DDW

"Many of the shortcomings and challenges of tip-based liquid handling can be avoided altogether by using a tipless system such as the Labcyte® Echo® Liquid Handler."

APR 10, 2017
Acoustic Dispensing for High Throughput Single Cell Sequencing Workflows - with Dr. Stephan Lorenz, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK

Dr. Stephan Lorenz, Head of the Single Cell Genomics Core Facility at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK was filmed speaking at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium. Dr. Lorenz explains the importance of single cell analysis versus cell population studies for obtaining better discrimination of individual gene expression within a population. In this way, it is possible to answer questions that bu...

APR 10, 2017
Improve RNAi Screening and Cell Assay Workflows with Acoustic Dispensing - with Dr. Jani Saarela, Institute for Molecule Medicine Finland

Dr. Jani Saarela a Senior Researcher in the High Throughput Biomedicine Unit, Institute of Molecule Medicine Finland (FIMM) discussed the advantages of acoustic dispensing in automated screening used by the unit, at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium.




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