Synthace Integrates Powerful Automation Equipment with its High-Level Language for Biological Research

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At the O’Reilly Solid conference in San Francisco, a meeting dedicated to the new hardware movement and the Internet of Things, Synthace will be announcing today a partnership to integrate its Antha language with liquid handling equipment from Gilson and CyBio Northern Europe. Sean Ward, CTO of Synthace, will also be announcing a sign-up program for a closed-beta release of the Antha language that will become available in July. This release will include an automated DNA construct assembly protocol that will enable researchers to generate 24 constructs in under an hour using a Gilson Pipetmax®.

"We are delighted to be working with these leading equipment providers to bring the Internet of Things to academic, clinical and industrial laboratories through integration with our Antha platform. Improving reproducibility and productivity across biological R&D will be absolutely reliant on establishing this type of connectivity." Sean Ward, CTO of Synthace.