Biological research is increasingly reliant on the ability of researchers to collect data from large numbers of samples. The faster numerous data points can be collected, the more quickly conclusions can be drawn and the sooner publications and products can reach the public.
With liquid handling, the push for high-throughput data collection is a major reason modern researchers moved from manual pipettes to electronic multichannel pipettes and robotic pipetting systems. Liquid handling devices increase in cost, oftentimes dramatically as their complexity increases and this is particularly true for the transition from multichannel pipettes to robotic systems.
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