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Automation

Strict but supple – biopharmaceuticals manufacturing

Robert Harrison explains how industrial automation could change the future of the biopharmaceutical industry

Meeting the systems integration challenges of pharma manufacturing

Effective use of automation can deliver a host of benefits, including higher quality, increased reliability, lower manufacturing costs

Computer control interfacing

Gary Stevens explains what you need to know when automating lab IT systems

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Finding the cure for industrial connectivity

Martyn Williams discusses the potential of Industrial Internet of Things for the pharmaceutical industry

Precision and accuracy in liquid handling

New options for laboratory automation solution

Event announced for UK life sciences sector

Life science businesses to capitalise on Edinburgh’s expertise at AIMday

Limoges University Hospital computerises its resource centre

TD-Biobank selected to computerise the CRBioLim, Limoges University Hospital's multidisciplinary biological resource centre

Automated plate sampling case study

Malvern Zetasizer APS delivers unattended protein screening for SARomics Biostructures

Patent awarded for ultrasonic blockage solution

BioTek Instruments awarded patent for automated ultrasonic blockage detection and cleaning in microplate washers

Automated and programmable microtome

New microtome designed to advance histopathology laboratories

Lab automation goes live in Ipswich

Sophisticated laboratory automation provides superior pathology services in Ipswich

Robotic liquid handling

Tecan extends flexibility of Cavro Omni Robot with introduction of embedded control functions and the option to select single axis...

Automation of cell-based and biochemical assay protocols

Fluent is an automation concept built around the application-specific needs of laboratories, says Tecan

Servos with a sense of rhythm

Robots and servos ensure the correct handling speed for medical vial packer

Tecan’s Cavro air displacement pipettor

The ease of integration of Tecan’s Cavro Air Displacement Pipettor (ADP) has helped French microbiological instrument manufacturer i2a to...

New Annual Conference for Innovative Technologies

The Innovation Forum is launching their first annual Innovation Leaders Conference to be held at Cambridge University, UK on February 27th...

The perfect technology for reducing helium costs

Helium test gas is an essential part of customized leak detection systems. Pfeiffer Vacuum has developed helium recovery units which make it...

UK-Russia partnership to develop new Photonics Research Centre

A photonics research centre developing the latest in laser and photonic technologies is set to be established through a new UK and Russia...

Robot-compatible automatic dry down station

Porvair Sciences will officially launch the UltraVap Mistral robot-compatible automatic dry down station at Biotechnica 2013 (Hannover,...

Porvair receives extension to gasification filtration contract

Porvair Filtration Group has announced that it has been awarded a further extension to its existing contract with Reliance Industries,...

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