MOVING LIQUIDS with SOUND

The revolutionary Echo acoustic liquid dispensing technology

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NEW

  • Next-Generation Acoustic Liquid Handlers
  • Transfer from Echo Qualified Sample Tubes
  • Assay Miniaturizion to Reduce Costs

Echo 650 Series

Another Step Forward for Acoustic Liquid Handling

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Echo 655T LIQUID HANDLER

Echo Liquid Handling forPERSONALIZED MEDICINE

Testing Drug Combinations for Individualized Cancer Cells

SEngine Precision Medicine | Seattle, WA

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Access™ Dual Robot System

The New Sound of Sample Management

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100-Fold Reduction

In sample volume and costs

  • Miniaturize reaction volumes to reduce costs
  • Eliminate cross-contamination for data reproduciblity
  • Pool libraries with greater accuracy in less time
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ADVANCING SCIENTIFIC INNOVATIONS with SOUND

Redefining liquid handling for drug discovery, genomics, personalized medicine, synthetic biology, and beyond

Echo Acoustic Liquid Handling Technology

A revolutionary lab equipment for scientific research

The Echo acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) technology has revolutionized liquid handling with its non-contact, high-precision, high-speed capabilities for transferring liquids using acoustic energy (with 2.5 nL and 25 nL dispensing capability). Sound waves eject precisely-sized droplets from the source plate onto the destination plate suspended above.

How the Echo Acoustic Technology is Impacting Science

SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY

Dr. David McClymont

Dr. David McClymont Head of Automation, London DNA Foundry

Factory of the Future Using Labcyte Automation to Scale Up Synthetic Genetic Construction
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GENOMICS RESEARCH

Pere Mir Pardo

Pere Mir Pardo, Ph.DLab Manager IGENOMIX, Valencia

Helping IGENOMIX Deliver Its Mission to Improve Pregnancy Success
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PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

Pere Mir Pardo

Carla Grandori, M.D., Ph.D. CEO, SEngine Precision Medicine

Testing Drugs on Individual Tumor Samples and Patient-derived Organoids
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SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY

Pere Mir Pardo

Vincent Noireaux Professor, University of Minnesota

Cell-free Expression Comes of Age with Acoustic Liquid Handling  
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What our customers are saying

The technology and the level of automation are pretty significant and quite excellent. It really has been a game changer for how we provide these services.

Jesse Parry|Operations Manager, Eurofins Pharma Discovery Services

The ability of the Echo to work with much smaller volumes sizes is also important, and a big help in reducing enzyme costs while stretching the amount of use we get from our DNA parts library.

Dr. David McClymont|Head of Automation, London DNA Foundry

It’s so easy, with no pipetting required – and for example I’ve seen an undergraduate do a few 1,000 reactions per week. By hand, this would have taken months.

Vincent Noireaux|Professor, University of Minnesota

We are now running thousands of assays versus hundreds before.

Riccardo Russo, Ph.D.|Lab Manager, Rutgers Medical School

The infinite flexibility that the instrument is capable of is what brought us to look at it closely.

Andy Watt|Executive Director, Ionis Pharmaceuticals

In Sanger single-cell pipeline, Echo Liquid Handler reduces library prep time and costs.

Dr. Stephan Lorenz|Senior Scientific Manager, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

SEngine Testing Specific Drug Combinations for Individualized Cancer Cells

Dr. Carla Grandori and her team at SEngine Precision Medicine describe their goal to target and find specific vulnerability of individualized cancer cells by using the Echo acoustic liquid handling technology.

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