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TTP LabTech hosts Acumen screening meeting in the US

Royston, UK - TTP LabTech has announced the date for its 2010 US Acumen User Group Meeting (UGM). To be held on May 18-19 at the British Consulate-General in Cambridge, MA., the UGM will be open to existing users and high content screening researchers who are interested in how the Acumen eX3 could benefit their research.  

The meeting will include application case studies from Merck, Harvard Medical School, GNF, BellBrook Labs and Cell Signalling Technologies alongside software tutorials and an open discussion session. Attendees are invited to bring along their questions about the Acumen software as well as files and plates for review with the TTP LabTech Applications Support team whilst at the meeting. 

There is no charge to attend the Acumen User Group Meeting, but space is limited. To reserve your seat, please contact Laura Callahan at acumen_ugm@ttplabtech.com. Please enquire about special room rates available at the Marriott Boston Cambridge Hotel when registering for the event. 

For more information about TTP LabTech and the Acumen eX3 please visit: http://www.ttplabtech.com/


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