Recent press releases and articles written in collaboration with GeneCom
Shifting to Greener Fuels - GeneCom Group Co-Authors with Hamilton Robotics and is published in Lab Manager Magazine.
April 7, 2014
Discover how NGS sample prep automation is speeding workflow, GEN article by Hamilton Robotics and GeneCom.
October 15, 2014
Cell Culture Automation: Critical for Cell Therapies and Drug Development. Co-authored by GeneCom in R&D Magazine.
Feb 6, 2014
DNA Analysis. Co-Authored by GeneCom for IntegenX and published in Police Magazine.
Feb 6, 2014
GeneCom delivers clients interview opportunities. Hamilton senior manager Jason March
discusses improving environmental lab's competitive edge by using Hamilton's unique technology.
GeneCom co-authors, Pharma
Manufacturing article: Deploying Smart Process Sensors Sensibly
August 16, 2013
GeneCom gets clients free press. See example:
Hamilton Storage with Blog on American Lab's website - "Is Poor Sample Storage Jeopardizing Your Study?"
GeneCom co-authors GEN
article: 5 Tips to Help You Get PCR Automation Right. Find out how to make the right decisions for your lab.
STARlet offers up to eight methods for high-quality nucleic acid extraction
True to Form, Pittcon Buzzes with Product Introductions - GEN, March, 2013
GEN talks biobanking with
Hamilton Storage Technologies
GeneCom authors by-lined article on The Future of Biobanking,
Special Lab Equipment supplement issue - Chromatography Techniques,
features GeneCom and Hamilton article, spotlighting new rugged reversed-phase HPLC column.
The Buzz at ASHG 2012
Akonni BioSystems moves closer
to clinical trials for infectious disease testing
the cover of January 2013 Lab Equipment Issue - SLAS
Hamilton Microlab 300 Redefines Hand-Held Pipetting
Read our article for
Hamilton in LabOutLook: Complex no More
New Product Release: Automation to Solve Sample Lysis and DNA Extraction Bottlenecks for Molecular Biology Labs
Hamilton Robotics in
Partnership with GE Healthcare Revolutionizes Biological Sample Card Punching
Akonni BioSystems and Hamilton Robotics products used to automatically extract cell-free DNA from maternal plasma
Syringes specifically designed for Neuroscientist studying animal brain function and diseases
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