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Labcyte Inc. is the leader in low-volume liquid handling for the life sciences. We use acoustic droplet ejection to provide highly accurate, fully automated, non-contact dispensing. The ?touchless? technology in the Echo liquid handlers provides dramatically better data by9/3/2014 Sunnyvale, CA Save This Job
About Us: Skybox Imaging is an information and analytics company that provides easy access to reliable and frequent high-resolution imagery and first-ever HD video of the earth by combining the power of web technologies with a constellation of microsatellites. By operating the8/13/2014 Mountain View, CA Save This Job
About Us: Skybox Imaging (Skybox) provides easy access to reliable, frequent high-resolution imagery and HD video of the Earth by combining the power of web technologies and a constellation of microsatellites. By operating the world?s first coordinated microsatellite8/13/2014 Mountain View, CA Save This Job
At Gen9, we are transforming Synthetic Biology through our high-volume, automated next generation synthesis of DNA constructs and libraries. As researchers? understanding of gene sequence data increases, their ability to design and improve genes, pathways and organisms using8/2/2014 Cambridge, MA Save This Job
Product Support Engineer Labcyte, a global biotechnology tools company headquartered in Sunnyvale, is revolutionizing liquid handling. Echo liquid handling systems use sound to precisely transfer liquids. Labcyte instruments are used worldwide by all twenty of the top twenty9/3/2014 Sunnyvale, CA Save This Job