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Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Publication Date
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21
Issue
4
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1155/s146392469900019x
Source
Legacy
Keywords
  • Research Article
Disciplines
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Design
  • Pharmacology

Abstract

Announcement/Meeting report ultrahigh throughput screening and assay miniatur- ization automation technologies for genomics secondary screening assay optimization and methods development data management/data handling and bioinfor- matics introduction to laboratory robotics automation strategies for assay development and primary and secondary screening dissolution testing: theory, practice and automation techniques bioanalytical automation: trends, technology and new developments EasyLab(R) programming: tips and tricks P(sTM: tips and tricks The three-day programme consists of over 120 podium and poster presentations describing laboratory robotics and laboratory workstation procedures from pharmaceu- tical, biotechnology and chemical laboratories. The symposium’s technical presentations and informal discus- sions provide an excellent opportunity for laboratory managers, automation users and novices to exchange ideas and applications experience. For more information write or call: Christine O’Neil, ISLAR, 68 Elm Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748, USA. Tel: + 1 508 497 2224, Fax: + 1 508 435 3439, e-mail: islar@islar.com, URL http www.islar.com Meeting report ISLAR ’98 Recognizes Pioneers in Laboratory Automation and Robotics The 16th International Symposium on Laboratory Auto- mation and Robotics, held at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel during 18-21 October, recognized six scientists for their roles in developing new applications and tech- niques, designing unique solutions to technical problems, and implementing laboratory automation in their orga- nizations. Nominated by colleagues in their companies or industry, these scientists were selected for this recognition by a committee of previous award winners. The six scientists included" Muhammed Alburakeh, Barr Laboratories, Pomona, NY, USA; Siegfried Brandtner, Grunenthal GmbH, Germany; Harnath Doddapaneni, SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, King of Prussia, PA; Jim Perry, Procter & Gamble, UK; Richard Wildonger, Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, Wi

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