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Beckman Coulter strenghtens laboratory automation business

Acquires of acoustic liquid handling company

01-Feb-2019

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences announced its acquisition of Labcyte, a privately held, acoustic liquid handling company based in San Jose, California. Labcyte is best known for its Echo® acoustic droplet ejection technology, which uses sound waves to transfer tiny amounts of liquid with ...

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Labcyte and Deerac Fluidics Combine Forces to Enhance Low Volume Liquid Handling

30-Jan-2008

Labcyte Inc. and Allegro Technologies Limited, which conducts business as Deerac Fluidics, announced that they have reached agreement on the terms for combination of the two companies. Completion of the transaction requires shareholder approval and is expected within one month. Although products ...

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Labcyte Receives 22nd Patent for Restoration of Fluid Volume and Composition Using Acoustics

26-Aug-2005

Labcyte Inc. has received its 22nd patent (U.S. Patent 6,932,097), which discloses how to use acoustics to monitor the composition and volume of a fluid and maintain those parameters via active fluid supplementation. In many applications, both chemical and biological, fluid composition can change ...

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Labcyte Receives Patent for Producing Mono-Dispersed and Multi-Layer Particles with Focused Acoustics

30-Mar-2005

Labcyte Inc. received its 18th patent. U.S. Patent 6,869,551 discloses the use of focused acoustic energy to create particles with a very narrow distribution of size. Acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) of a solution containing dissolved materials produces these mono-dispersed particles. In addition, ...

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Labcyte Granted Patent for Acoustically Depositing Droplets on a Surface Prior to High Resolution Analysis

17-Feb-2005

Labcyte Inc. that it has been granted its 17th patent describing the deposition of droplets of low volatility fluids onto surfaces as a precursor to analyses. This technology facilitates higher-resolution imaging by delivering reagents in small droplets of fluids less prone to evaporation. One ...

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