Formulatrix was established in 2002 to provide protein crystallization automation solutions. Since then, the company has started developing the next generation of liquid handlers using microfluidic technology.
Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, Formulatrix supplies software and robotic automation solutions to leading pharmaceutical companies and academic research institutions around the world. The team works tirelessly to provide the best products in the industry with support that is second to none.
Some of the products offered by Formulatrix include crystallization software, protein crystallography tools, liquid handlers and accessories.
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