A (total) beginner’s guide to lab automation

Your simple checklist for success when you’re just starting out with lab automation

1st March 2021Lorraine Wenham
Medical automation

Labs today are ripe for automation.

Integrating lab robots into workflows allows workers to reproduce experiments, streamline throughput and increase efficiency more effectively. And – perhaps most significantly – automation also makes lab workers’ day-to-day much more satisfying; using roots in the lab allows scientists to focus on analysing results and planning the next protocol while avoiding the strain of repetitive work.

Integrating robotics into labs allows workers to more effectively reproduce experiments, streamline throughput and increase efficiency

To help make the process more straightforward, we’ve put together a short guide outlining the core steps to take when starting to automate your lab.

In it, we cover:

  • The benefits of lab automation
  • How to establish project ownership and stakeholders
  • The process of project mapping
  • How to prepare your environment (and your team) for a lab robot
  • Moving from testing to deployment

And more.


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