WHERE: 2009 Connected Health Symposium Boston Recreation area Plaza Hotel & Towers 64 Arlington St.

WHERE: 2009 Connected Health Symposium Boston Recreation area Plaza Hotel & Towers 64 Arlington St. Boston WHO: Rajeev Kapoor, global handling director; Verizon special sponsored program, Accelerating Interoperability in Healthcare Wednesday at 9:35 a.m. EDT Dr. Peter Tippett, vice president; Verizon panel dialogue, Analyzing Digital Wellness and Changing Roles for Patients and Companies Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. THE GUTS is usually empowering people and enabling them to control chronic conditions, maintain health and wellness and age independently. Guided by a relentless concentrate on what works and what will not, the Center aims to change just how doctors and nurses deliver solutions even as it also expands the power of patients to manage their own health.Cheers to that! Picture by jenny downing via Flickr Innovative Commons.

Agilent adds BenchBot Robot to type of automated microplate handling equipment Agilent Technologies Inc. announced today the addition of the BenchBot Robot to its type of automated microplate managing devices. Within Agilent’s Automation Solutions instrumentation portfolio, the BenchBot complements the Direct Drive Robot and BenchCel Microplate Handler. Ideal for a multitude of applications, the BenchBot features: a compact, scalable design to support a number of laboratory readers and devices; simple, one-contact teaching for easy integration and fast set up; VWorks software scheduling to maximize throughput of a cohesive automation system; easy integration with an increase of than 100 laboratory devices for maximum versatility; and compatibility with labware – including PCR microplates, deep-well microplates, filter microplates, tube racks, & most suggestion boxes – that complies with the standards established by the American National Requirements Institute/Culture for Biomolecular Screening.