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SOURCE: Global Innovation Network Oy
Global Innovation Network will debut the Delilah EMB dispenser at SLAS 2013. This multi-functional high accuracy and quiet dispenser has the world’s smallest footprint.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
The increasing and growing need for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to speed up drug discovery and production is driving opportunities in the global laboratory automation market. This market will have reached $4.1 billion by 2015, according to Global Industry Analysts, Inc. As a solution provider to the industry, Global Innovation Network will debut the Delilah EMB dispenser at SLAS 2013. This multi-functional high accuracy and quiet dispenser has the world’s smallest footprint. The liquid handling robot increases productivity compared to traditional solutions and saves space in clean rooms and on desk tops. It has a maintenance- free operation with no wearing parts in its dispensing module. It offers extremely accurate, high- speed dispensing of up to 40 doses per second from volumes of 50 nanoliters to 140 microliters. The electromagnetic bellow patented technology offers non-contact dispensing via air and no external pressure supply is required. With full, robotic compatibility the dispenser can transform high throughput screening operations by reducing reagent costs and improving efficiency.
GIN is dedicated to introducing quality and performance driven laboratory automation products into new markets. “We facilitate the transition of cutting edge Finnish technologies into global markets by decreasing the risk. We do this by productizing the technologies and introducing the technology into the market.” says Teijo Fabritius, CEO for Global Innovation Network. The Delilah product line is a good example of this and includes sample and material handling modules that are reliable and maintenance free. In production automation, the focus of the business line is on the development of Point of Care (POC) tests and diagnostic tests manufacturing.
About Company: Global Innovation Network was founded in 2010 by a group of investors in Oulu, Finland. The private and government backed company focuses on identifying and delivering solutions in three target markets; clean tech, water purification and laboratory automation. The serial entrepreneurial team has extensive experience in global operations and a track record of highly successful exit strategies. GIN will be exhibiting at SLAS 2013 at booth #935 from January 12 – 16, 2013. Please stop by and introduce yourself. For further information please contact Matti Koivu at matti.koivu(at)go-gin(dot)com
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