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This page features articles to be found on the Internet regarding Laboratory
Automation
or related topics.

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Robotics for the Small
Scale
by Jeffrey M. Perkel — The Scientist, Volume 21 | Issue 1 —
January 2007

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Laboratory
Automation – Industry Transformation or Dead End
by Dr. Martin Pfister

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Laboratory Automation – Moving More of Less
in Science — January 28,
2005

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Liquid Handling for Crystallography
in Genomics & Proteomics — January
2005

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A Short History of
Laboratory Robotics
by Kevin Olsen, Chemistry and Biochemistry Support
Staff, Montclair State University — January 2005

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A Machine
With a Mind of Its Own
by Oliver Morton, Wired
Issue 12.08 — August
2004

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Solving the HTS Compound-Thawing Bottleneck by
Kurt O. Lund
, American Biotechnology Laboratory — February 2004

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Eukaryotic Cell Storage and Retrieval at -80C: The Evidence for and Against
Long Term Survival Rates
, Robin A. Felder, Ph.D., Professor of
Pathology, Director, Medical Automation Research Center — April 29, 2003
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Automated storage and retrieval at -80ºC: Managing and documenting specimen
security, integrity, and accessibility
, Robin A. Felder, Ph.D.,
Professor of Pathology, Director, Medical Automation Research Center —
American Laboratory 35(1):22-25, January 2003
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Setting up a
high-throughput screening operation for combichem libraries doesn’t have to be
a resource drain
by Pavel. Rychetsky, PharmaChem, Volume 1 – N. 10 —
October 2002

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Efficiency in Microplate Management by W. Steven Fillers, Ph.D.

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Robot Streamlines Protein Analysis by Dan Krotz, Lawrence Berkeley
Laboratory, August 2002

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Automation of Sample Preparation for Genomics
by David A. Wells and Lisa L.
Herron,  LCGC North America,  May 2002

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New
Hope For Overstressed Compound Libraries: Automation Facilitates Distributed
Compound Management
by Andy Zaayenga, American Biotechnology Laboratory,
Vol. 20, Num.5, p.44

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Harvard in new era of biology: $40m grant boosts a mass approach
by Anne Barnard, Globe Staff, March 11, 2002

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Automated Liquid Handlers Advance: Manufacturers increase throughput,
improve modularity, and add turnkey functionality
by Michael Brush, The
Scientist, February 4, 2002

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Robots, Sensors Keep
Technologies Moving
— R&D Research & Development, January 2002

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Integration and Open
Architectures Drive Software Development
— R&D Research & Development,
January 2002

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Automated Systems Move
to a Smaller Scale
— R&D Research & Development, January 2002

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Transforming HTS: To create
the production environment needed to screen compounds and generate the
necessary number of leads, researchers at Bristol-Myers Squibb have taken an
engineered approach to automation.
by Gail Karet, PhD, January 2002

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Taming The Wasteland From Compound Storage To HTS Assay: Wyeth-Ayerst Launches
Modular Distributed Compound Management System
by John Morin, Ph.D.,
January 2002

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Juggling the mix: Laboratory automation and robotics range from simple liquid
handling to complete systems
by Mark S. Lesney — Modern Drug Discovery,
January 2002

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A
Large-Scale Robotic Storage and Retrieval System (Biorepository) Capable of
Fully Automated Operation
by Theodore E. Mifflin, B. Sean Graves, and
Robin A. Felder;
American Genomic/Proteomic Technology
, December 2001

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On the right track: Going to high-throughput meant that the automation
specialists razed their arms and took up tracks
by Andrew Sheridan —
Modern Drug Discovery, November 2001

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Making Every Nanoliter Count: Microfluidics devices promise great potential in
small packages
by Deborah A. Fitzgerald — The Scientist, October 29,
2001

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Software Solutions to Proteomics Problems: Researchers find programs to aid
every step of research
by Bob Sinclair — The Scientist, October 15, 2001

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HTS
Robotic Systems Feature High Throughput, High Uptime, and Flexibility for
Fast Assay Changeover
by Robert Trinka — July 17,2000

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Genomics
Primer
by Alexander Julian, M.D.; Director of Research — July 11, 2000

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GENOMICS – WHAT IT
IS AND WHERE IT’S GOING: A scientist’s perspective
by Edward Purdue,
PhD; Assistant Professor; Mt. Sinai School of Medicine — July 10, 2000

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At
the Speed of Light: A look at the high-throughput fluorescence laboratory

by Jorge D. Cortese — July 10, 2000

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The Art
of the State of Nucleic Acid Sequencing: Highly refined automated sequencing
systems keep up with demand for large-scale genomic projects
by Debra
Swanson — The Scientist, February 7, 2000

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An
Overview of Production Scheduling Software
by Randall P. Sadowski,
Systems Modeling Corp. — October 22, 1999

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Good-Bye, Test Tubes Hello, Labs-on-a-Chip Biotech experiments and
germ-warfare tests are getting done faster
by Stuart Brown —Fortune, October
1999

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The High Throughput Screening
Market for Drug Discovery
by Marc Eichmann and Ilene Goldstein — September 27, 1999

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Assay
miniaturization for high-throughput screening
by Peter Panfili —
September 1999

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Will Total Automation
Surprise Its Critics?
by Anne Paxton — August 1999

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Stepping
Up The Pace Of Drug Discovery: Strategic Considerations For Adopting Technology
by
Brian Lightbody and Sharon Corriea

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Trends In
High-Throughput Screening: Meeting Demands For Flexibility
by Rob Donho

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New and
exotic products for specialized pipetting
by Brent Johnson — April 26, 1999

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Is Laboratory
Automation Still A Technology Waiting To Happen?
by Gordon Logan — April 23, 1999

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Bench Bots – Inside the
Laboratory Robotics Interest Group
by Deborah J. Ausman — April 16, 1999

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Chip Accelerates
Drug Screening
by Kristen Philipkoski — February 26, 1999

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Automated Laboratories by Michael Brush — February 15, 1999

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High-Throughput
Technology Picks Up Steam
by Michael Brush — February 15, 1999

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Liquid
Handlers have the Starring Role in High-Throughput Robotics
by Michael Brush —
February 15, 1999

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DIY Robot Helps Read
Genome
by Kristi Coale — July 9, 1998

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A Full
Plate – UV/Vis Microplate Readers
by Shane Beck — July 6, 1998

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96-Well
Chromatography with the MultiScreen® Assay System
by Paul Diehl — July
6, 1998

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To Bead
or Not To Bead – Applications of Magnetic Bead Technology
by Bob Sinclair — June 22,
1998

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Robbins
Scientific HydraTM-384 Microdispenser
— May 25, 1998

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Well
Washer: Skatron’s New EMBLA 384 Plate Washer
— May 25, 1998

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Well,
Well, Well… Greiner’s 1536 Micro Assay Plates
— May 25, 1998

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Drug Needle in the
Haystack
by Susan Kuchinskas — February 17, 1998

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Across
the Spectrum – Instrumentation for UV/Vis Spectrophotometry
by Shane Beck — February
2, 1998

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A hail of
silver bullets
by Zina Moukheiber — January 26, 1998

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Luminometers
and Fluorometers
by Shane Beck — November 24, 1997

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Heat
Wave – The Thermal Cyclers of 1997
by Shane Beck — September 29, 1997

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Elements
of the Drug Development Process: Genomics, Bioinformatics, Combinatorial
Chemistry, High-Throughput Screening, and Contract Research Organizations (CROs)

by Enal Razvi, Industry Analyst in Biotechnology — September 1997

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Why
All the Excitement Surrounding Genomics and Bioinformatics? Platform
Technologies Pose Risk but Offer Rewards
by Enal Razvi, Industry Analyst
in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals — August 1997

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Don’t Wait
– Automate
in Food Product Design — June 1997

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Genomics,
Bioinformatics, and Combinatorial Chemistry: Wall Street’s Favorite
Threesome
by Enal Razvi and Shridhar Krishnamoorthy, Industry Analysts
in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals — June 1997

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Luminescence
Developments Help Scientists See The Light
by James Kling — May 12, 1997

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Genomics
and Bioinformatics: The Bits and Bytes of the Genetic Code
by Enal Razvi,
Industry Analyst in Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, and Medical Devices — May
1997

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Liquid-Handling
Equipment Evolves To Suit Large-Scale Applications
by Ricki Lewis — January 6, 1997

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The
Impact of Automation on Drug Discovery
by William P. Janzen — August,
1996

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Drug,
Biotech Firms Beginning To Embrace Combinatorial Chemistry
by Kathryn S. Brown — May
13, 1996

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Combinatorial
chemists focus on small molecules, molecular recognition, and automation

by Stu Borman — February 12, 1996

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Automated
Sample Handling Systems
, byJohn Brussolo and Sheila DeWitt — November,
1995

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Immunoassay
Techniques Proven To Be Outstanding In Several Fields
by Holly Ahern —
October 2,
1995

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Liquid
Handling Advances Boost Lab Productivity
by Howard Galdner — May 29, 1995

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Today’s
Peptide Chemists Face A Dizzying Array Of Synthesizer Choices
by Scott Veggeberg —
January 23, 1995

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DNA
Sequencing: Today’s Technology And Beyond
by Scott Veggeberg — October 17, 1994

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Uses Of
Enzyme Immunoassays Growing In Laboratories And Clinics
by Holly Ahern — February 7,
1994

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Robots Toil
Round The Clock In Today’s Science Laboratories
by Rebecca Andrews — May 13, 1991

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Special
Report: Cell Biologists Combine Old And New Tools
by Ricki Lewis — December 10, 1990

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Slaves
No More, `Smart’ Robots Invade The Lab
by G. Christopher Anderson — January 8, 1990

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Robots Emerge As Trusty Workhorses In Many Science Labs by Mike Spear
— The Scientist, September 19, 1988

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The Paperless Analytical Lab
by Earl L. Cooper — The Scientist, February
22, 1988


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