Liquid Handling Platform Will Enable Increased Throughput for up to 3,000 Samples/Setup

Manual sample handling is labor-intensive and can contributes to the technical variability of analytical results. In comparison, automated liquid sample handling provides increased overall sample throughput, enabling larger sample sets to be analyzed more efficiently and with minimal technical variation.

In collaboration with Prof. Renã Robinson’s lab, the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) has acquired a Beckman Coulter Biomek i-7 Automated Liquid Handling Workstation that will be available as a resource for molecular omics studies at the CIT. Center staff are completing all necessary hands-on training in order to successfully integrate this new resource into our workflows.

The workstation will enable the CIT to serve large-scale projects with several hundred or thousand samples in an efficient and highly reproducible manner.

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