Beckman Coulter Life Sciences can transform liquid handlers into workflow solutions from the integration of a single reader to a complete, multi-device robotic system. Our team of engineers and application specialists have extensive, multidisciplinary training and experience in mechanical, electrical and systems engineering, software development, and project management, as well as the scientific knowledge and background to understand your applications and deliver the right automated solution.
We understand that every lab is unique and that's why we do more than just install instrumentation in your lab. Our quality-controlled product development process for integrated liquid handlers involves an in-depth workflow analysis allowing our team to uncover opportunities to optimize your workflow and address your laboratory's needs, challenges and goals.
Integrated Device ListBeckman Coulter Life Sciences has successfully integrated more than 300 third-party devices from over 60 manufacturers in different laboratory settings.
Benefits of AutomationSpeed, accuracy, and scalability are only a few of the many benefits to workflow automation. Explore how integrating automation into your laboratory can help.
Getting StartedThe ultimate goals for an integrated system for your lab are to increase throughput and help you achieve results quicker, with more accuracy.
Our Integration Process
Our team of engineers and scientists will analyze your applications, sample and data workflows and laboratory configuration to help you determine the best automation solution for achieving your goals.
Cell Line Development
Solutions for each critical step of the process of developing a mammalian cell line for recombinant protein manufacturing using a methotrexate (MTX) amplification system, one of many integrated transfection methods offered.
Learn about solutions for automating the critical steps of hybridoma development that increase productivity and make it possible to produce specific monoclonal antibodies.
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