Laboratory Automation Talk at Drexel
Tom Osborne from Mettler-Toledo will give a talk on laboratory automation at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday July 1, 2008 in Disque 109 (32nd and Chestnut streets).
The presentation will focus on chemistry applications of the MiniBlock, MiniBlock XT, and MiniMapper systems, including some results from the Bradley lab on the optimization of the Ugi reaction. A laboratory demonstration will follow in Disque 511.
RSVP Jean-Claude.Bradley@drexel.edu to attend.
MiniBlock® is a flexible, easy to use tool designed for parallel synthesis. MiniBlock® is the only compact parallel synthesizer that allows synthesis via Solid Phase or Solution Phase to be carried out on the same platform. Originally designed by medicinal and combinatorial chemists at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, the MiniBlock® has been further developed to address a wide range of chemistry methodologies.