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BIOMARKER QUANTITATION IN THE CLOUD

Ben Miles on 4/4/17 6:06 PM

Mesoscale Discovery (MSD) Sector S 600 integrated with the Transcriptic robotic cloud lab

Mesoscale Discovery (MSD) Sector S 600 integrated with the Transcriptic robotic cloud lab

The Transcriptic robotic cloud lab provides a great advantage for large-scale biomarker assays, delivering consistent sample to sample processing with robotic reliability, all on demand when you need it. We’ve enabled both large pharma and small biotech to quantify DNA, RNA and proteins from hundreds or thousands of samples in an automated and programmatically driven way.

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NEW SUBSCRIPTION TIERS

Ben Miles on 3/1/17 6:05 PM

SHARED INFRASTRUCTURE

The cloud lab model of Transcriptic ensures that the lab automation is used to its highest efficiency, this is enabled by having the robotic infrastructure as a shared resource consumed by all users. A result of this is that once runs are submitted they enter into a queue until enough robotic capacity is available for execution.

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QUIKCHANGE LIGHTNING ON TRANSCRIPTIC

Ben Miles on 11/4/16 6:04 PM

Part of growing Transcriptic means making industry leading protocols and reagents accessible to our users. For this reason I’m happy to announce that on November 4 2016 Agilent Technologies’ QuikChange Lightning, site-directed mutagenesis kit will be available in the Transcriptic protocol browser.

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INTRODUCING BSL-2 WORKCELL INSTANCES

Ben Miles on 9/14/16 6:03 PM

Since the start of Transcriptic users have only been able to conduct Biosafety Level 1 (BSL-1) experiments on our automated cloud infrastructure. We believed that executing well at this lower stringency threshold meant that we could deliver a great service for our users whilst still ensuring we could rapidly develop our capabilities.

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AUTOPROTOCOL SUMMIT 2016 - PUSHING REPRODUCIBILITY AND USABILITY

Ben Miles on 7/13/16 6:01 PM

We recently hosted the second annual Autoprotocol Summit at our new San Francisco office. With the gorgeous city of San Francisco as a backdrop, we took the day to think about how Autoprotocol has changed since the first Autoprotocol Summit in 2016, and how we can make it even better.

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TRANSCRIPTIC LAUNCH

Ben Miles on 3/18/16 5:21 PM

EASIER DEVELOPMENT OF PACKAGES

The Transcriptic CLI tool was recently updated to make protocol package development faster. The new launch command quickly allows you to preview the UI generated by the package as well as the autoprotocol JSON.

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PROGRAMMING TRANSCRIPTIC

Ben Miles on 3/17/16 6:00 PM

SO YOU WANT TO PROGRAM A BIOLOGY LAB? YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE.

Today we are going to instruct a completely automated robotic cloud lab to grab a genetically modified strain of bacteria from a library of common reagents, innoculate some bacterial growth media and finally watch how that culture grows over 8 hours by seeing how the bacteria scatter 600nm light.

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TRANSCRIPTIC WILL BE AT SLAS2016 ON BOOTH #1423

Ben Miles on 1/12/16 5:57 PM

So I’m going to let you in on a little secret... Transcriptic is going to be at SLAS 2016 and we’ve got some amazing things to share with you. SLAS is the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, and SLAS2016 is the annual conference perfect for those seeking automated tools to conduct their research, I think we’ll fit in pretty well.

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WELCOMING THE HIG TO OUR ROBOTIC CLOUD LAB

Ben Miles on 1/12/16 5:53 PM
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I feel the need… the need for speed."
— Maverick & Goose, TopGun, 1986, (five stars)

A quick update for all of our wonderful Transcriptic users. We recently added the Bionex HiG microplate centrifuge into to our robotic cloud lab expanding our centrifuge capabilities. The HiG is a great piece of kit and we’re very happy to have it.

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WELCOME MARIE, MICHAEL AND TOM!

Max Hodak on 9/30/15 5:52 PM

Transcriptic has grown fast over the last 8 months. In fact, we've doubled in size since we closed our $9M Series A back in January.

It's amazing how things that worked well back when we were eight people don't work at all now, and how much the feeling of the company has changed over time.  This growth meant that we had to start thinking about how to go from engineering a technology to building a company.

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