White Paper

Six Trends In Robotics In The Life Sciences

Source: Parker Hannifin
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Instruments with smaller footprints, analytical equipment requiring higher throughputs, the need for smaller sample and reagent volumes in analytical devices, an increase in demand for modular and multipurpose instruments, simpler fluidics in robotic analyzers, and the changes in developmental environments are six trends that have been occurring in robotics used in life science applications over the years. Download the white paper to on these six trends to better understand how they’re affecting the design and manufacture of automated robotic devices for life sciences.

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