Does your lab have to process countless samples every day? Are you tired of the constant calibration and set-up involved in liquid handling that is taking you away from more important tasks?

We’ve looked at innovations in the world of liquid handling systems and produced an essential guide on what you need to know:

Liquid Handling with The All-Seeing Eye

You may already have a liquid handling robot in your laboratory to automate the handling of liquids by dispensing, mixing, and transferring liquids with great precision and a reduction in human error. Pipetting robots play a huge role in scientific and medical research and have moved from being a luxury to a necessary piece of equipment for your lab. Whilst these robots do a lot to automate the task, there have been drawbacks, but there is a solution in the form of Myra, the world’s first liquid handler that can see!

What Makes a Liquid Handling System with An Eye Better?

Combining cutting-edge algorithms and an integrated camera, the Myra liquid handling system ensures precision pipetting. It saves you valuable time due to its exceptional speed, pinpoint accuracy and user-friendly software. The integrated camera serves many purposes, allowing it to see what it needs to do, like monitoring for user errors in deck layout, such as missing tubes. Calibration and setup are easier with just a simple click to the middle of the tube image – no need to stick your head under the hood anymore. Myra only requires the tubes in use to be calibrated, saving time calibrating tubes you won’t be using!

Performance and Benefits

In addition to the innovative camera, Myra excels in all areas, boasting best-in-class accuracy and precision, with deviations of less than 2% in 2μL pipetting volumes, even for small aperture tubes like 384 well plates, reducing the frequency of tip changes. Interchangeable pipette heads give greater flexibility, and with their own calibration data, the need for recalibrating with each exchange is eliminated. A vortex option, utilizing a high-speed rotating motion enhances and expedites the mixing of reagents. Myra weighs less than 10 kg, with a footprint of less than 2ft2, has a closed pipette tip waste container and includes UV LED lights and a HEPA filter. Click here for information on science and technology.

Seamless Workflow

It doesn’t end with the liquid handling system, and by connecting the Mic cycler, qPCR can be automated with both instruments operating from a single user interface, eliminating the need to export or import sample names. Simply set up, run, and analyze your experiments in one location. You can even take advantage of simplified solutions for NGS library preparation, normalization, and pooling. Click here for scientific research results.

Try Before You Buy Demo

If you want to experience the benefits of a liquid handler that can “see” in your lab, then why not request a demo, and have a Myra liquid handler sent to you for a 2-week trial? Delivered directly to you, set up couldn’t be simpler with a plug-and-play approach, no technician or difficult calibration is required. Once you’ve put the machine through its paces and realized how it can benefit and streamline your operation, you can choose to purchase a machine of your own.

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