Volatile liquids are common reagents in various NGS and PCR applications that are sensitive to evaporation and room temperature changes. Even at room temperature, evaporation of these liquids becomes a challenge to address as does managing fluid dripping out of the tip.
In this webinar we will walk users through best practices for handling volatile liquids using the OT-2. The presentation will help users with basic properties of volatile liquids as it relates to the OT-2 liquid handler as well as provide viewers with a step-by-step parametric understanding of implementation of Opentrons OT-2 API functions with high precision while minimizing sample.
This 30-minute webinar provides useful tips to:
Process Development Scientist, Opentrons
Anurag joined Opentrons after working as a Test Engineer at DropGenie. Prior to that, he co-founded a rapid diagnostic company in India. Anurag earned a Bioengineering degree from Northeastern University, USA in 2020 and a Physics master's degree from the University of Stuttgart, Germany in 2016.
Director of Science, Opentrons
Dr. Watson studied Biology at Spelman College and has a PhD in Molecular Biology from Princeton University. She is an experienced scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the biotechnology industry. She is skilled in molecular biology, cell culture and genome analysis.
Originally aired 03/01/22