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DEC 22, 2016
The (Genomics) World Is Not Enough - on the Pathologist, by Joe Olechno, Sr. Research Fellow at Labcyte Inc.

Has precision medicine’s focus on the genome blinded us to vital non-genomic tools? By Joe Olechno, Senior Research Fellow at Labcyte Inc., Sunnyvale, USA

NOV 22, 2016
PODCAST: Can You Guess the World’s Largest Single Disease Research Charity? - Allan Jordan, Cancer Research UK

Featured podcast on Mendelspod.com with Dr. Allan Jordan, Head of Chemistry for the Drug Discovery Unit of Cancer Research UK (CRUK)

NOV 18, 2016
For Accurate Cell-Based Assay Results, Transfer Technique Matters - John Lesnick on American Laboratory

From smaller-scale assays to industrial-scale screening operations, cell-based assays are critical for applications that include elucidating basic mechanisms of cell function, target validation and compound screening...

NOV 16, 2016
VIDEO: The use of acoustic mass spec for screening biological targets - with Jonathan Wingfield, Principal Scientist at AstraZeneca

Jonathan Wingfield, Principal Scientist at AstraZeneca, describes how acoustic mass spectrometry technology being used to screen biological targets. Filmed at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2016

NOV 09, 2016
Animal-friendly Serial Microsampling Cuts Costs and Improves Data Quality

We’re pleased to report a new application for the Echo Liquid Handler, with plenty of resources available if you’re interested in learning more. Serial microsampling allows scientists to use fewer animals in studies and reduce costs without compromising data quality. This is particularly useful for scientists conducting pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) research.

NOV 07, 2016
ARTICLE: The Automated Lab - by Mike May on Labcompare

Evolution of automation has moved beyond new technology to new levels of use. “Traditionally laboratory automation is deployed to execute processes that are deemed to be optimized or production-ready,” says Chris Grimley, vice president of marketing at Labcyte (Sunnyvale, Calif.). “In these situations, researchers have a good understanding of the individual steps of the process they plan to aut...

OCT 29, 2016
Echo 550 Acoustic Liquid Handling Technology - Perlara™ Lab, San Francisco

High throughput screening (HTS) is essential in the process of finding a potential drug candidate, and automation is key for a good screen both in terms of robustness and efficiency.

OCT 28, 2016
Echo Liquid Handler at GenomeFoundry@ISG Work Cell, NYU Langone

This video shows the process of analyzing yeast colonies used to assemble chromosomes in the GenomeFoundry at NYU Langone Medical Center.

OCT 18, 2016
New Synthetic Biology Factory Will Design, Build, and Test Custom Organisms

Gingko Bioworks launched their new laboratory last month—an automated “factory” that mass-produces genetically modified organisms.

OCT 10, 2016
Launched: A Synthetic Biology Factory for Making Weird New Organisms

Raising glasses of genetically modified beer, the synthetic biologists at Ginkgo Bioworks celebrated the launch of a new automated lab last month. By applying engineering principles to biology, and with the help of some nifty robotic equipment, Ginkgo has created a factory for churning out exotic lifeforms, the likes of which have never before been seen on this planet.




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