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Synthesis & Screening

The synthesis lab is home to advanced modular robotic workstations for high throughput assay development and optimization, and parallel synthesis of materials, small molecules and libraries of compounds, as well as more traditional custom synthesis. It also houses top-of-the-line contact and non-contact micro-arrayers and lateral flow dispensers for lab-on-a-chip and point of care diagnostic development, prototyping and scale up.

Resource Listing

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Tecan Evo 200 Automated Materials Screen System – Liquids

For more information on the Evo 200 Automated Materials Screen System - Liquids:

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Tecan Evo 200 Automated Materials Screen System – Assays

For more information on the Evo 200 Automated Materials Screen System - Assays:

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Spotbot3 Contact Printer

For more information on the Spotbot3 Contact Printer:

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Scienion SciFlexArrayer S5 Non-Contact Microarray Printer

For more information on the SciFlexArrayer S5 Non-Contact Microarray Printer:

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Objet 24 3D Printer

Models printed on the Objet24 can be painted, drilled, machined or used for vacuum forming. The Objet24 uses Objet's rigid white material - ideal for general purpose 3D modelling and featuring excellent dimensional stability.

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Biodot Nanoliter Non-contact Printer

The AD1510 is a tabletop workstation designed for high-speed aspirating and dispensing applications to glass slides, microtiter plates or membranes. For more details please click the link.

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Automated Flash Chromatography Systems

Information not yet available. We are working hard to gather information about this instrument.