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    Run more efficient

    Take advantage of Synthace across your whole organization. Plan experiments, create workflows, gather structured data, and use sophisticated no-code automation in multiple applications.

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    Make Design of Experiments a reality in your lab

    It used to be difficult to make DOE happen. Not anymore. Synthace lets you transform DOE designs into the instructions your lab equipment needs, then closes the loop by automatically aligning experimental data and metadata to your design file. No coding necessary.

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    Automate consistent, reproducible assays

    Synthace helps you run accurate, automated assays that are easy to update with drag and drop protocol design and dynamic liquid handler programming. Run your assays the same way every time, achieve better data integrity, and lower the barriers to automation across your organization.

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    Move faster to insight In bioprocess development

    Unify and structure your data from off-line, on-line and at-line sources. Synthace’s automatic data processing capabilities enable FAIR data practices, reduce error, and improve data integrity while providing built-in visualization tools for analysis.

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    Make the most of your molecular biology

    Synthace helps simplify and streamline construct assembly by minimizing errors and maximizing throughput. Our platform lets you plan, simulate and automate the workflows you need for developing genetic variants with combinatorial construct assembly.

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    Advantages for the
    whole team

    Synthace transforms what's possible at every stage and gives you the edge, no matter what you do. Unlock new potential with an experiment platform that's been built with R&D in mind.

    “It removes human error from the picture ... So I would say definitely go for it and give it a shot.”

    Dr Duygu Dikicioglu, Associate Professor, UCL