On-demand webinar: Reshaping cell biology experiments for automation
Today, the majority of cell biology operations are carried out manually, even though the core steps are highly reproducible. Staff are expected to conduct repetitive tasks for hours each day, and often have to come in outside of normal working hours and adapt their biology to meet working weeks. This emphasis on manual steps limits both the throughput and the traceability of the workflow.
In this webinar Russell Green, Automata’s Director of Product Growth, talks about how reshaping cell biology experiments for automation will enable labs to overcome these challenges.
- Reasons to drive more automation in tissue culture & cell biology
- What this means for your lab in terms of time, space and labware
- Handling cells with care
- Approaches at Automata to build scalable cell biology automation solutions.
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In this webinar Russell Green, Automata’s Director of Product Growth, talks about how reshaping cell biology experiments for automation will enable labs to overcome common challenges
In this webinar Russell Green showcases how to bridge existing automation together to achieve end-to-end automated workflows in the transition to infrastructure-level automation.