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DORNIER LabTech Systems takes PIRO® personal pipetting to Russia
Lindau, Germany: – Laboratory engineering specialist DORNIER LabTech Systems will show its ground-breaking PIRO® automated pipetting small robot at its debut appearance as exhibitor at September’s Russian Joint Life Sciences Forum in Moscow.
DORNIER LabTech Systems will occupy Stand 9 of the exhibition area at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
Here, a team led by DORNIER LabTech Systems Head of Application Support, Dr. Rudolf Walser, and Director Sales Russia, Anna Zakharova, will conduct live demonstration of the personal pipetting robot.
Advanced personal pipetting
“This event really marks our introduction of the revolutionary PIRO® liquid handling robot to the Russian market.” said Dr. Walser.
“Our presentations will focus on presenting PIRO’s personal pipetting capabilities, with its powerful software for qPCR and all molecular biology related lab tasks,” he explained.
“We will also show further application possibilities in fields like MALDI-TOF, HPLC and other life science-related laboratory tasks,” Dr. Walser added.
“We will be reaching out to potential end users and heads of laboratories looking for full traceability of their pipetting work and needing precise and reproducible automation of their pipetting steps,” said Mrs. Zakharova.
“We will also be offering opportunities for distributors interested in selling the PIRO bench top pipetting robot in Russia and eastern European markets,” she added.
“Our stand visitors will also have the chance to benefit from the chance to use a PIRO® console free of charge on any new projects started now that will lead to an order within three months,” said Anna Zakharova.
About DORNIER LabTech Systems
DORNIER LabTech Systems GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of the German manufacturer DORNIER with decades of experience in aerospace and building robotics equipment. As a pipetting specialist, it develops, produces and markets ‘Made in Germany‘premium-quality, flexible and easy to use benchtop liquid and sample handling systems. DORNIER’s heritage as a respected aircraft builder is reflected in high quality, precision and reliability. Service and customer focus are key cornerstones of the DORNIER LabTech Systems company philosophy.
The company specializes in creating reliable and easy to use high precision liquid handling devices that aid laboratory automation. DORNIER LabTech Systems has developed affordable high precision automated liquid handling robotic technologies, in particular the newly developed PIRO® pipetting small robot that integrates high throughput benefits within a compact and easy to handle device.
The PIRO® has been designed for the needs of qPCR laboratories allowing versatility, precision, reproducibility, and safety combined with powerful pipetting middleware and intuitive drag and drop software for easy use and setup of reactions. Even though the PIRO® has a small bench top footprint, it allows for 16 positions to be used. Setting up 384-well plates without running out of tips, pipetting primary tubes, using the newly developed software features, easy recalibration and interchangeable pipetting heads are just a few features integrated in the PIRO®.
With the development of the PIRO®, DORNIER LabTech Systems provides an automated pipetting system with a reliable hardware and newly developed software solution to facilitate the needs of any laboratory.
About JLSF 2017
Russia’s 2017 Joint Life Sciences Forum (JLSF) combines two events, the 8th Russian Proteins and Peptides Symposium, together with the 12th International Scientific Conference on Bioorganic Chemistry, devoted to the memory of Professor Yuri Ovchinnikov.
The joint meeting is a five-day event, opening September 18 at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
The program will include keynote lectures from three former Nobel Prize-winning scientists; Aaron Ciechanover, Thomas Südhof and Arieh Warshel; as well as plenary lectures delivered by international and Russian scientists and symposia on peptidomics and proteomics, peptide synthesis and protein engineering, biotechnology and enzymology, methods of peptide and protein investigation, as well as innovative peptide- and protein-based drugs. Young scientists will present their results in poster sessions and round table discussions.
The event is jointly organized by the M.M. Shemyakin and Yuri Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Biochemical Society with more information at: www.rusbiochem.org/Page127.html