Automating Laboratory Workflows

April 2013
Lab Manager Magazine;Apr2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p93
The article focuses on the effective automation of laboratory workflows. It states that workflow automation is done by researchers aiming to increase data reproducibility, output, and efficiency. It says that a liquid handler having a robotic arm and automated pipetting capabilities has the capacity to remove bottlenecks. It mentions that with regards to software, an optimized automation package is needed which allows to visualize workflows.


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