When you want 20 microns of liquid placed just so on a lab plate, Labcyte can help. The company sells automated dispensing systems, plate assemblers, microplates, and labware supplies. Labcyte's products are built around a liquid management technology it calls Acoustic Droplet Ejection (ADE) which uses sound energy to move miniscule bits of liquid without any physical contact during transfer. ADE is useful where cross-contamination would compromise quality or data and it reduces the waste created by disposable liquid handling supplies. Labcyte's customers include...
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Mark D. Fischer-Colbrie
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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Sunnyvale, CA – Reviewed Jun 12, 2014
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