News

2011

Thursday 15th December 2011

Pharma adopts ProtoCOL colony counting and zone sizing technology to increase quality control throughput and securely document results

Synbiosis is pleased to announce its innovative ProtoCOL automated zone sizing and colony counting system is being used at Saudi Arabia’s leading pharmaceutical company, Jamjoom Pharma, to rapidly and accurately assess the quality of its antibiotic, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical products.

Tuesday 22nd November 2011

Launch of new ProtoCOL 3 colony counting/zone measuring system

New ProtoCOL 3 advanced colony count/zone measurement system saves time by producing precise potency analysis from raw data

Tuesday 27th September 2011

Synoptics introduces the Advanced Technology Group to allow access to expertise of designing and commercialising imaging systems

The Advanced Techology Group has been set up to deliver bespoke imaging equipment for life science and academic clients

Monday 5th September 2011

Lauch of new aCOLade manual colony counter - a simple, inexpensive method of analysing microbial contamination

Synbiosis introdces aCOLade, its affordable, manual colony counter with automatic result recording, ideal for use in any microbiology laboratory.

Tuesday 12th April 2011

ProtoCOL 2 colony counting and zone sizing system upgrade

A system upgrade to ProtoCOL 2 colony counting and zone sizing system makes batch set-up and access to data quick and simple.

Friday 25th February 2011

Scanner for ProtoCOL 2 automates imaging of large plates to increase throughput of vaccine and anti-microbial compound testing

Synbiosis has announced that ProcScan, its full colour plate scanning accessory for the ProtoCOL 2 system is available. This high resolution scanner will allow microbiologists to automatically count colonies or measure inhibition zones on large bioassay plates in seconds.

Friday 11th February 2011

New colony counter and zone sizing system to be unveiled at ArabLab 2011

ProtoCOL 2 automated colony counting and zone measurement system, for quick and easy analysis of standard and large plates, is being premiered on stand 146 at ArabLab 2011, in the Dubai International Convention Centre on March 7th - 11th.

Friday 21st January 2011

Automated colony counter at major yeast genetics lab speeds up counts of yeast colonies

ProtoCOL 2 is being utilized at the prestigious Emory University in Atlanta, GA, USA to rapidly and accurately count colonies of yeast used as a model system for human DNA repair research.

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