The Echo Blog
By sharing stories that are uniquely Labcyte, our blogs help you learn about how acoustic liquid handling is transforming scientic research. Be sure to subscribe to our blog to receive up-to-date communication on all our entries.
MONDAY – FEBRUARY 26, 2018
Reproducibility in Reproductive Genetic Testing
It turns out that humans, more than any other species, have a propensity for making chromosomally abnormal embryos. As women age, the chances are even higher that the embryos they create will not mature into live children.
THURSDAY – FEBRUARY 15, 2018
Labcyte Bike Team Wins First Place
Keeping Our Resolve - When your New Year's resolutions include getting fit, spending more time outdoors, and reducing your carbon footprint, swapping bike for car as the way to work can be the perfect way to achieve all th...
FRIDAY – NOVEMBER 10, 2017
Hopping Over the Hype of Precision Medicine
If we want to win the race against cancer, we cannot rely solely on genomics-based testing, argues Senior Research Fellow Joe Olechno in an article that appeared in Medicine Maker.
WEDNESDAY – NOVEMBER 08, 2017
FIMM Extends Personalized Medicine Collaboration with Labcyte
It’s brought unparalleled levels of precision to precision medicine, and enabled cancer treatment to be truly tailored to individual patients. Now Labcyte’s acoustic liquid handling technology will help the Read More
MONDAY – NOVEMBER 06, 2017
Interlaboratory Reproducibility of ddPCR Using a New DNA Reference Material Format
Whether it be pathogen detection, biomarker quantification or genome editing, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology is being used across a multitude of the life sciences, due to its unprecedented levels of precision, accuracy and reso...