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April 13th, 2007

Flexible automation of time-consuming pipetting

Abstract:
Preinstalled menu-driven EPblue software defines a new standard in ease of use in the world of automated pipetting, enabling all users to become automation experts in less than a day. The EPmotion is well suited to increasing throughput for the evaluation of large numbers of samples of potential interest. At the Centre for Materials Discovery (CMD), a newly opened state-of-the-art facility within the University of Liverpool's department of chemistry, automated techniques are being applied to research on biomaterials, polymers, household products and nanotechnology.

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