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TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017

Labcyte Technology Featured in 2017 Top 10 Papers List from SLAS

SLAS has published the 2017 SLAS Technology Ten, in which the editors highlight their picks for the best work published in their journal throughout the previous year. Labcyte is proud to be recognized in the first two entries, which describe how our customers used the Echo® Liquid Handlers to enable technological advances that make significant contributions to life sciences and biomedical research and applications. Here are abbreviated summaries of the papers, and links to download them for free...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

VISIT US @ SLAS2017 to Learn About Tipless, Non-contact Liquid Handling!

There are several ways to learn more about Labcyte’s tipless, non-contact acoustic liquid handling at the SLAS Annual Meeting in Washington DC, from February 4 - 8. Here are the highlights:

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 05, 2017

Labcyte Tutorials @ SLAS2017!

We look forward to starting each year off with the annual SLAS 2017 conference, which is happening this year in Washington DC, Feb 4-8. Labcyte is offering a series of useful tutorials at this year’s meeting, which you can register for here.

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2016

Customer Spotlight: Ionis Pharmaceuticals

Scientists at Ionis Pharmaceuticals have spent more than 27 years developing RNA-targeting medicines called antisense therapeutics, making the company a leader in the discovery and development of this exciting new class of drugs...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2016

Dr. Allan Jordan of Cancer Research UK Interviewed by Mendelspod

Allan Jordan is Head of Chemistry, Drug Discovery Unit of Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Manchester institute, the largest single disease research charity in the world. He is also a Labcyte customer who was profiled in an award-winning video where he discussed how he used the Echo® Liquid Handler to advance his research and drug discovery work.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 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.

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 2016

Labcompare Feature: The Automated Lab

According to a new article on Labcompare.com, there is a lot to love about automated laboratory platforms, including ease of use, economy, and improved accuracy. And liquid handling has been at the center of lab automation for years, notes author Mike May.

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