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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Abdul Hamid Oubaisi, chief executive officer of NRL, commented: "The adoption of total laboratory automation is an exciting development for our patients and staff and has already brought multiple benefits for our patients and in our operations.
Getting buy-in early, with clear, objective data, can save headaches throughout a laboratory automation journey.
As a global leader in laboratory automation, Siemens has the solutions to help you drive better outcomes by turning complexity into efficiency.
David Martyr, Tecan CEO, said the company was thrilled to unveil the Fluent laboratory automation solutions with three new instruments to add to its Freedom EVO product family.
From automated instruments and task-targeted automation powered by advanced robotic solutions with multiple connectivity options, to total laboratory automation with track-based systems, automation solutions today are scalable and flexible to meet the demands of any size laboratory.
In addition to certifications, prospective clients should consider the firm's understanding of industry needs, reputation, number of years in business, the technology platform, ability to meet the client's laboratory automation specifications and plans for upgrades.
Masahide first lectured outside Japan when he spoke on clinical laboratory automation to a standingroom only audience of 900 people at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry in Atlanta, GA, in July 1989.
With double-digit growth driven by genomic applications and pharmaceutical industry and academic expenditures, laboratory automation has become one of the fastest growing sectors of the analytical instrument market.
HighRes' patented instrument docking technology has revolutionized laboratory automation, making HighRes' integrated systems, such as NanoCell and MicroStar, extremely modular and flexible.
John David Nolen, MD, PhD, MSPH and Peter Manes, Director of Laboratory Automation
IQ4I's Report Contains 98 market data tables and 31 figures spread through 315 pages and an exhaustive TOC on “Lab Automation Global Market [Technology ((Total Laboratory Automation and Modular Automation (Pre-analytical, Post-analytical automated systems and Unit automation solutions)); Process (Hardware and Software); Application (Clinical Diagnostic Laboratories, Drug Discovery & Development, Bioresearch, Forensic & Others); End-users (Academic & Research Institutes, Biotech/Pharma companies, Hospitals/Laboratory Diagnostics and Others); Regional (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World)]
Contract notice: Purchase of equipment for the purpose of laboratory automation and industrial electronics (ap-134), laboratory.

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