- Innovative Automation Roadshow
Product News: Innovative Automation RoadshowTTP LabTech today announced a special “hands-on” laboratory instrumentation roadshow to be held in Basel, Frankfurt and Paris in October 2007. The roadshow offers the opportunity to try out the latest in low-volume liquid handling and high content screening systems with the user’s own plates, as well as learning more about compound management, instrumentation development and custom automation.
At each location, the TTP LabTech team of product specialists and application support personnel will be available to provide assistance and advice across a wide range of application areas. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own plates to try on three of the systems to get a real-time, hands-on view of how TTP LabTech instrumentation can enhance their lab’s throughput and quality of results. These three instruments are: mosquito, which provides highly accurate nanolitre pipetting with no cross-contamination; mosquito X1, which offers flexible nanolitre hit-picking from any location and can pierce plate seals; and the Acumen eX3 triple laser microplate cytometer for ultra high throughput high content screening.
Each day will be an informal gathering of those involved in the key areas covered by the TTP LabTech range of products. The idea behind the roadshow is to bring these products to the forefront of scientist’s minds allowing them to realise the true potential of each instrument without the pressure of being involved in a sales environment.
TTP LabTech is committed to providing robust and reliable instrumentation for automating life sciences. TTP LabTech’s products are designed to increase efficiency, effectiveness, flexibility or overall capability in key biopharmaceutical research processes including compound storage (comPOUND®
), low volume liquid handling (mosquito®) and fluorescence detection (Acumen® fluorescence microplate cytometers).
TTP LabTech also undertakes the development of outstanding custom solutions for specific needs, including automated chemistry systems, process automation and novel instrumentation.
For more information about the roadshow or to register contact Russell Wheatcroft. Attendance is free.