Hamilton Robotics and Intra Globus Biosystems (IGB) together in India
Hamilton Robotics is pleased to announce a new partnership in India, together with Intra Globus Biosystems Pvt Ltd (IGB). IGB is a sub subsidiary of Integrated Gulf Biosystems, that has been collaborating with Hamilton for more than 10 years in the Middle East region, with more than 100 platforms installed. This great-consolidated experience will be expanded to India, in order to guarantee the best possible level of support for our clients.
Integrated Gulf Biosystems is appointed as exclusive distributor for GenDx
22 November 2017
We are happy to announce that from now on Integrated Gulf Biosystems (IGB) is the exclusive distributor for GenDx in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain.
Completion of Yourgene Acquisition, Issue of Shares and Director Appointments
27 February 2017
Premaitha Health PLC (AIM: NIPT), a leading international molecular diagnostics group focused on prenatal testing, announces regulatory clearance for the completion of the acquisition of Yourgene Bioscience Co., Ltd (“Yourgene”).
Leading Pathologists to Showcase First Case Studies with Oncomine Dx
14 November 2017
Thermo Fisher Scientific customers also highlight their latest research advancements in solid tumor profiling and liquid biopsy analysis during corporate workshops.
Automated Sample Storage System to be Installed at Harvard
14 September 2017
Hamilton Storage announces that their Hamilton BiOS® automated storage system was selected for use in the Biobank for Microbiome Research in Massachusetts.
Molecular Devices Introduces SpectraMax iD5
5 October 2017
Molecular Devices announced today the launch of the new SpectraMax® iD5 Multi-Mode Microplate Reader, a feature-rich platform that expands the boundaries of scientific research.
New FTlyo Enteric fever kit now available
08 August 2017
Enteric fever, due to Salmonella, remains a significant public health problem predominantly in children in developing countries. Typhoid fever affects more than 20 million people per year and is associated with 300,000 deaths.