Exhibitor Tutorial

High Precision Liquid Handling - Learn How Acoustic Liquid Handling Can Improve Your Bioassay Workflows

Tuesday, February 6
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Location: Room 3

The Labcyte Echo® Acoustic Liquid Handlers have been adopted across pharmaceutical sample management and screening programs for the dispensing of reagents in a wide variety of molecular and cellular assays. The key features of non-contact acoustic liquid handling include lower transfer volumes (as little as 2.5nL) and no sample-tip interactions - eliminating compound lose due to adhesion to or contamination from the tip plastic itself. As a result, use of acoustic liquid handling often leads to improved data quality, higher throughput and lower assay costs.

Downstream pharmaceutical groups responsible for bioassay development and testing have expressed interest in using the Echo® Liquid Handlers for very similar reasons, however, are often governed by strict regulations designed to maintain full traceability for all aspects of bioassay development and deployment. During this tutorial, we will discuss the benefits to non-contact liquid handling when running bioassays, how Labcyte is supporting customers working within regulated environments and share feedback from our customers on our latest software solution, Echo® 21CFR11 Compliance Manager.

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Iain Russell

Senior Product Manager – Echo Liquid Handler Product Line
Labcyte Inc.

Iain Russell has over 15 years of experience in the Life Sciences industry and the genomics field. Iain joined Labcyte in May of this year and currently manages the Echo® Liquid Handler product line, a series of instruments that enables the touchless transfer of nanoliter liquid volumes with extreme accuracy and precision. Prior to joining Labcyte, Iain managed a broad variety of novel technologies including microarray and qPCR related instruments and associated consumables. Iain completed his Ph.D. graduate work with a focus on gene expression at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, prior to completing a post-doc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the cell cycle biology field.

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