Beckman Coulter has launched its Kaluza Flow Cytometry Analysis Software this week, which is designed for use by the scientific community.
The technology aims to reduce the time taken to process and analyse information, which allows researchers more freedom to explore data.
It also features new capabilities that simplify the management of multiple complex data and provides real-time analysis of high-content flow cytometry files.
"Cytometrists can spend hours, days and even weeks formatting data to get the right information and presentation. With Kaluza Software, this can now be done in minutes," commented Sharlene Wright, flow cytometry strategic marketing manager at Beckman Coulter.
In other Beckman Coulter news, the firm published its financial results for the third quarter of 2009 this month, revealing that revenue during this period reached $822.8 million (497.4 million pounds) - a sum that includes the $65.1 million from its acquisition of ODS.See all the latest jobs in Science