The New Echo 650 Series to be Featured at SLAS Americas Sample Management Symposium

Written by Bioscribe on November 08, 2018

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Visit us at BOOTH 16 and 17 at the SLAS Americas Sample Management Symposium, November 13–15, Omni Parker House in Boston to learn about the new Echo® 650 Series Liquid Handlers.

Attendees will be able to view the new system and learn about new features that include improved fluidics handling for simpler maintenance and quieter operation, improved robotic integration, and options to transfer from Echo Qualified acoustic sample tubes.

The Echo 650 Series Liquid Handlers include features that were first made available in the Echo 655T acoustic sample tube-enabled system, launched at the Society of Laboratory and Screening (SLAS) meeting – winner of the SLAS 2018 New Product Award.

New fluidics systems no longer require vacuum assist, resulting in quieter operation. Automated plate height adjustment eliminates the need for physical microplate inserts, and simplifies robotic integration. And the Echo 650 and 655 systems are upgradeable to support transfers from Echo Qualified acoustic sample tubes, for those who are not ready to incorporate tubes into their workflows but may want to do so in the future.

At the symposium, Iain Russell, Ph.D., will give two lunchtime presentations about the new systems and the acoustic technology on Tuesday, November 13.


VENDOR SNAPSHOT @ 11:55 AM | Echo Acoustic Liquid Handling - The New Sound of Sample Management

POSTER PRESENTATION @ 12:05 – 12:45 PM | Combining Tube-based Storage with New Acoustic Liquid Handling Technology to Dramatically Increase Sample Management Efficiency

Echo acoustic tube collaborators Titian Software and Brooks Life Sciences will also be presenting updates on their products in sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. While there, don't miss David Calle's presentation, Sr. Scientist at AstraZeneca R&D, who will be delivering one of the closing presentations on Wednesday.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Not able to attend? Learn more about the new Echo 650 Series product line here.

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