July 16, 2012      

Mahoro, a robotic lab technician, is taking robots one step closer to the white collar realm by donning the proverbial white coat.

In reality, robots have been a part of laboratory automation since the 1980s. When purchasing a system, however, the user has typically been confronted with a choice between investing in a robot or a workstation. Workstations can perform only one type of task but with minimal programming and high reliability. True robots can perform a greater range of tasks but invo...

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