laboratory automation


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laboratory automation

The use of clinical laboratory instruments that assay large numbers of samples with minimal human intervention.
See also: automation
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A version of this Obituary was previously published in The Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation (JALA), 10.
The other sessions centered on the traditional four "pillars" of laboratory automation," genomics, HTS, combinatorial chemistry and clinical applications.
The image acquisition stations built into the full laboratory automation systems use highly sophisticated cameras and versatile lighting systems to obtain sharp, unparalleled high-resolution images (Figure l).
Each Section will continue to pursue their current mission while collectively addressing the SLAS mission, which is to provide forums for education and information exchange to encourage the study of and improve the science and practice of laboratory automation and screening.
Exhibit 6: World Market for Clinical Laboratory Automation Systems, 2009-2014
Laboratory Automation University" and "Lab Automation University" are registered service marks used by the Institute for Laboratory Automation and Lab Manager Magazine.
NCCLS hosted a meeting on March 13, 1996, to which executives of companies involved in laboratory automation as well as individuals in academic or laboratory environments with an interest in automation were invited.
Steps to take to assist laboratory managers in selecting a laboratory automation solution that meets their current needs and expectations, as well as future goals
Some 5,000 laboratory automation scientists and business leaders from around the globe will come together to network and benefit from leading education, information, strategies, and technologies.
LOUIS, Missouri, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Elsevier is extremely pleased to announce that an agreement has been reached with the Association for Laboratory Automation (ALA) to extend publication of the Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation (JALA) through 2012.
Zymark provides direct sales, service and applications support throughout the world and hosts the annual ISLAR conference on laboratory automation.
Clinical laboratory automation has evolved from an idea rooted in the mechanical aspects of specimen manipulations in the early 1970s to a more complex information systems-driven technology in the late 1990s.

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