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Velocity11, Society for Biomolecular Sciences

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Velocity11 this week said it has launched its Element technology as a mid-size range of applications between the company's BenchCel microplate handling system and the larger BioCel automation system. 
 
The tool launched at the recent Society for Biomolecular Sciences conference in Seattle, is a floor-standing unit and features an open-access platform to help configure up to nine instruments for processing.
 
Velocity said the Element can be tailored to perform microplate pipetting, mixing, sealing, barcode labeling, and signal detection. It is designed for use the genomics, proteomics, cellomics, drug discovery, ADME/Tox, and compound management fields.

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