Free up your time - Easy automation of your routine liquid handling tasks In this webinar we will discuss routine liquid handling tasks and illustrate how fast and effortless they can be transferred to our liquid handling workstation.
A Streamlined Approach for Biotherapeutic Characterization This presentation will discuss a streamlined solution for collecting and processing data for routine intact mass and peptide workflows.
Troubleshooting Liquid Handler Methods Join us for this webinar which will provide participants with the knowledge necessary to get the most out of any liquid handling platform.
Driving Innovation in Antibody Discovery and Development Through Novel Partnership Models In this webinar, Dr Robert Williams, Chief Development Scientist, Cancer Research UK, will discuss how partnership between academia and industry can accelerate drug development.
Preventing Contamination in Cell Culture Labs Join us to learn how to apply aseptic techniques and preventative hygiene for preventing contamination by incorporating standard procedures into your daily culture practice.
SiLA—Standards to Improve Overall Lab Efficiency This talk covers how SiLA (Standardization in Lab Automation) makes laboratory integration simpler today and in the future.
The Lipidyzer™ Platform: A Revolutionary Tool for Understanding the Role of Lipids in Disease Join us to learn about the key challenges in lipid analysis and how the Lipidyzer platform can help you overcome them.
Progress of Microreaction Technology: from Lab to Industrial Applications Guangwen Chen, Professor, Dalian Institute Of Chemical Physics, speaking at Flow Chemistry Congress.
Walk-Away Monitoring of Cytotoxicity, Viability and Apoptosis Join us to learn how to simplify and automate cell viability and cytotoxicity assessment for your cell analysis workflows.
Microinjecting CRISPR: Options and Key Considerations for Creating Transgenic Animal Models Join us to learn about experimental approaches and real-life examples for creating transgenic animal models using CRISPR.