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You’ve seen the symptoms: a lab analyst, eyes bugging out, fear engulfing their every move. You have walked up behind them as their pipettor hovered over the 96-well plate. You’ve seen beads of sweat gathering on their brow as they bit their lip and tried to remember where the next sample was supposed to be placed. You could almost read their thoughts: ‘was it B1 or did I just do B1? What is this in my pipet anyway? Is this buffer? RNA? DNA? Water? ...’

The answer is simple. WellAware Pipet Navigation Systems.

WellAware shows the lab analyst what product they have, how much to transfer and where it is supposed to go. WellAware lights up the well telling the lab analyst where they need to go next. WellAware speaks to the lab analyst. “B1” it will say in a gentle and soothing way while also telling and showing them what volume to transfer. There will be no more sweating, no more lip biting, no more questioning.

The WellAware Module is designed to use the computer’s text-to-speech voice and the LCD monitor’s light to guide the operator through all steps in a pipetting or sorting protocol. The protocols are stored in electronic Standard Operating Procedure (eSOP). These eSOP files contain all the pipetting, action, or instrument control steps for a lab protocol. Besides guiding the operator during sorting or pipetting, the WellAware Module has an Add Plate graphical user interface that is used to quickly setup sorting or pipetting operations. Finally, the eSOPs can be used to generate printable plate maps that show each well of the plate, the reagents added to the well and the volumes added.

You owe it to your lab technicians and analysts.
You owe it to yourself.
You owe it to the world.

Help eradicate this terrible disease.

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