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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2016

At SynBioBeta London, a Maturing Field Garners Industrial Interest

The Labcyte team was delighted to participate in the recent SynBioBeta meeting held in London. It’s the second year we’ve exhibited at this great event, and it was gratifying to find that even more people there have been using our tools to propel their synthetic biology projects forward.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2016

VISIT US at BOOTH 536 @ #AACR16 for Sound Cancer Research Ideas

Did you know that Labcyte’s acoustic liquid handling technology can be used to conduct ex vivo drug screening on patient cells to identify cancer treatments likely to work in vivo? Exciting new research from our customers is opening doors to potential new strategies for cancer management that could provide more targeted and more personalized therapies.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016

Labcyte Receives Scientists’ Choice Award for Customer Video

We were proud to learn that our video interview with Dr Allan Jordan, Head of Chemistry, Drug Discovery Unit, Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute was selected by SelectScience as the Most Successful Video of 2015!
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MONDAY, MARCH 07, 2016

Scientists Love Acoustic Liquid Handling

A new special issue of the Journal of Laboratory Automation (JALA) features more than 20 articles – covering more than 200 pages of peer-reviewed scientific reports – that highlight the revolutionary nature of acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) across a diverse range of scientific challenges. ADE has been widely accepted as the state-of-the-art liquid handling solution in high-throughput screening for drug discovery, and now this unique technology is having a powerful impact on a rapidly growing set of applications, including personalized medicine, synthetic biology, and drug combination therapy.
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2016

WEBINAR: Cancer Drug Screening - Watch Now!

It’s a conundrum that cancer and pharma researchers know all too well: combination treatments tend to be most effective for cancer patients, but high-throughput screening for those combinations adds an unwanted level of complexity to the already challenging discovery process. Furthermore, while the industry has focused on tools to analyze the output from complex combinatorial screens, little attention has been given to tools that simplify the setup and management of creating screening plates.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2016

Labcyte Making Waves @SLAS2016

In late January, more than 6,000 people descended on San Diego for the Society for Lab Automation and Screening (SLAS) meeting. With registrations to the annual meeting up a whopping 34% over last year, all indications are that interest in advanced automation systems is growing.
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