Robotic Laboratory Automation

@article{Boyd2002RoboticLA,
  title={Robotic Laboratory Automation},
  author={James E. Boyd},
  journal={Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={295},
  pages={517 - 518}
}
The development and patenting of the first industrial robot by Unimation, Inc. in 1961 initiated a technological revolution in robotics that, despite a few fits and starts, has largely paralleled advances in computing. In the last five years, manufacturers have marketed "modular" automation products that appear to be more attractive to clinical laboratories. The new automation modules are directed at specific laboratory functions, including, for example, separate modules for specimen… Expand
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