Embedded Motion Speeds Development of Next-Gen Sequencing Instruments

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Author: David Henderson
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
New Scale Technologies Inc.

Small, precise motion modules enhance NGS system design and performance. Following the Human Genome Project, companies are racing to develop Next-Gen Sequencing (NGS) instruments for DNA sequencing. The newest techniques focus on increasing throughput and reducing cost. To achieve these goals, designers must master miniaturization and distributed control of their photonics subsystems. This paper explores these challenges, and shows how embedded micro-mechatronic motion modules address them.

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