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2017 Press Releases


Hamilton BiOS® Automated Sample Storage System to be Installed at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Franklin, Mass. (September 14, 2017) – Hamilton BiOS® was selected for use in the Biobank for Microbiome Research in Massachusetts (BIOM-Mass) project. This is a collaborative effort between Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.

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BioProduction Congress in Dublin - the ideal platform for Hamilton

(Bonaduz, 9/13/2017) – Once again, the BioProduction Congress in Dublin is an attractive exhibition platform for the Hamilton Bonaduz AG regarding their broad product portfolio for biotechnological processes. The Swiss company addresses trade show visitors from the biotechnology sector on the 17th and 18th October with its tailor-made sensor solutions.

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Wageningen University and Research iGEM 2017

Bonaduz, (09.11.2017), Wageningen University (Netherlands) and Research 2017 iGEM Team participate in the iGEM competition, which is a global competition to tackle real-world problems using synthetic biology. The iGEM competition builds up to the Giant Jamboree at MIT in Boston, where all teams come together to present their project. This year Hamilton Bonaduz AG sponsor our project!

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Hamilton Releases Latest Addition to PSD/4 Precision Syringe Drive Product Line

Reno, Nevada (July 28, 2017) New PSD/4 Smooth Flow blends enhanced slow flow rates with precision dispensing for increased application flexibility across a wide volume range

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See How Hamilton Robotics Can Automate the Latest Clinical Laboratory Trends at AACC 2017

Reno, Nev. (July 25, 2017) – Join Hamilton Robotics at Booth #4907 during the 69th Annual AACC Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo from July 30 – August 3 in San Diego, CA, to learn how Hamilton’s automated platforms can maximize sample throughput and ease workflows in the clinical chemistry environment.

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