NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – UgenTec announced today that it has partnered with Hamilton Robotics as part of its new Molecular Automation Network, a consortium that plans to fix laboratories' automation issues by establishing partnerships between firms in the molecular diagnostic industry.

UgenTec said the network's ultimate goal is to facilitate the exchange of business and technical information between the manufacturers of automated liquid handling workstations, real-time PCR devices, software, and diagnostics.

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