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OT.One from OpenTrons: an Open-Source Rapid Prototyping for Biology
Few days ago, just back from being in Shenzhen’s Haxlr8r the team behind OpenTrons has launched an amazing Kickstarter campaing to pre-sell the OT.One a liquid handling robot for biology and scienze.
This is the OT.One liquid handling robot, the core of OpenTrons’ rapid-prototyping platform for biotech. Shown below with a standard single channel micropipette:
As you may remember, OpenTrons, which we recently interviewed, wants to accelerate research with open, affordable, & easy-to-use lab robots, to empower people to innovate with biotech.