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eVol® Receives 2010 R&D100 Technology Innovation Award
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eVol® Receives 2010 R&D100 Technology Innovation Award

eVol® Receives 2010 R&D100 Technology Innovation Award
Product News

eVol® Receives 2010 R&D100 Technology Innovation Award


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eVol® Development Engineer Mark Wardle and SGE’s Liquid Handling Business Unit Director Glenn Clivaz were proud to accept the award saluting the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the market place over the past year. The R&D100 Awards have served as a benchmark for excellence in many industries including manufacturing and biotechnology since their inception in 1963.

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Mark Wardle, SGE Development Engineer (left) and Glenn Clivaz, SGE Liquid Handling Business Unit Director (right), proudly display the R&D100 Award.


“eVol® was created utilizing SGE’s unique knowledge of liquid handling combined with our design engineering capability,” said SGE Chairman Peter Dawes. He foresees wide application of the product. “Every laboratory manually handling liquids can derive benefits from eVol® in terms of improved results, workflow, safety for staff and resource savings. eVol® will revolutionize the way laboratories work and the pace at which they process samples."

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