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Hudson Robotics to Exhibit at NIH Spring Research Festival

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SPRINGFIELD, N.J.March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Hudson Robotics, a leader in laboratory robotics instrumentation will be exhibiting at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Spring Research Festival.  The exhibition portion of the event will take place April 23-24, 2014 in the Exhibit Tent – Parking Lot #10H, adjacent to the Clinical Center at the NIH’s Bethesda, MD campus.

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This festival has been an annual event for over 25 years, and is one of the largest on-site exhibitions to the biomedical research community.  The exhibition portion of the festival allows vendors to develop valuable connections with NIH decision makers.  In 2012, over 350 exhibit booths showcased state of the art product developments from a wide range of vendors.  The event is attended by over 2,500 NIH and research community professionals.

Hudson Robotics is a leader in microplate automation, laboratory robotics, liquid handling and customized software-driven solutions for life-science research. The company provides tools that can be used in areas such as drug discovery, clinical research and pharmaceutical development, including high throughput screening, proteomics and genomics.

“Hudson Robotics is pleased to be participating in the NIH Spring Research Festival, and is looking forward to sharing its technology with the biological research community,” notes Alan H. Katz PhD, Chief Scientific Officer of Hudson Robotics.

Hudson Robotics will be located in Booth #612 at in the Exhibit Tent. Thursday, Exhibition hours will be 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, April 23 and 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, April 24. To register or attend the event, please visit

About Hudson Robotics:

Hudson Robotics produces laboratory robotics instrumentation, software and systems for automating and accelerating Life Science research, such as drug discovery and genetic research. You can learn more about them online at

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