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Tech news: July

This month's top tech news stories


Medical research

It deploys machine learning to discover meaningful relationships in human health data. Its technology is the fastest way for researchers to find evidence, explore hidden connections between complex physiological mechanisms and make new predictions in biomedical science.

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Automated incubators

Pharma and biotech laboratories performing high-throughput screening, high-content screening and molecular cell biology can now benefit from a series of new automated incubators and storage solutions.

The systems offer large capacity, fast access and wide temperature range, while helping eliminate contamination issues in high-throughput environments.

The Thermo Scientific Cytomat 24 automated incubators and storage systems bring the latest incubation technology to large capacity microplate incubation applications.

The incubators provide speedy delivery of microtitre plates through an advanced plate shuttle system to meet the needs of high-throughput laboratories and accelerate research.

Vortex Biosciences

New Chief exec

Vortex Biosciences, the cancer diagnosis biotechnology business, has announced the appointment of Dr Adrian Kinkaid as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Vortex Biosciences has developed the VTX-1, a best-in-class instrument that isolates and purifies circulating tumour cells from blood. These cells can then be used for cancer diagnosis and monitoring, research on drug development, cancer research and development of personalised medicine.

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