How I Learned to Stop Pipetting and Love the Robots

Doing science with a micropipette can get tedious
Doing science with a micropipette can get tedious.

These are the (liquid-handling) droids you’re looking for

Automated liquid handling gives us higher throughput and improved precision.

Ready the fleet; all hands on deck

Loading plates onto the deck of a liquid handling robot is an annoyingly fiddly process.

Towards fully automated luxury science

Robot arms on a Reconfigurable Automation Cart move plates into a thermal cycler without a researcher having to intervene.

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