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A unique network of partners collaborating on technical knowhow & business opportunities to advance MDx automation and workflow.


The Molecular Automation Network is a consortium of companies that are currently active in molecular diagnostics & automation. Its purpose is to connect the MDx industry better, enabling more complete solutions and end to end workflows across the globe.


Device manufacturers

For manufacters of molecular diagnostic analysis devices the Network aims to better integrate data processing & optimise data analysis of high-throughput laboratories.


Robotics providers

For robotics providers, the Network provides a platform to connect over the entire scope of a molecular diagnostic workflow, going much further than physical automation.


Assay providers

For assay providers, the Network unlocks the world of end-to-end solutions that integrate vertically and rigorously take away human bias and time spent.


In order to truly innovate in laboratory automation and enable molecular laboratories to succeed in an increasingly complex marketplace, the key players in the global MDx industry need to connect on complex technical issues and challenging business situations. The Molecular Automation Network does exactly this by bringing together software, hardware and assay providers to actively collaborate on our end customers’ most challenging problems.


Hamilton Robotics

Hamilton Robotics, an affiliate of Hamilton Company, is a leading global manufacturer providing automated liquid handling workstations and laboratory automation technology to the scientific community. With a focus on innovative design, Hamilton products incorporate patented liquid handling technologies into a portfolio that includes liquid handling platforms, standard application-based solutions, small devices, consumables, and OEM liquid handling solutions.



Based in Hasselt, Belgium, UgenTec is a leader in software for real-time PCR analysis. The company aims to provide the molecular diagnostic market with an artificially intelligent software suite that supports scientists in the interpretation of PCR data. The company also uses its software to support diagnostic companies in delivering more value to their customers by means of an end-to-end, automated workflow solution.


“UgenTec is well on its way to becoming the golden standard of qPCR workflow software with their platform FastFinder, their software expertise & existing partnerships with diagnostic companies will enable us to consolidate our position in molecular diagnostics. We are excited to be the first company to join the Molecular Automation Network and look forward to building more durable partnerships.”

Guido Meneghini, International Sales Director at Hamilton Robotics