Let’s Plug-and-Play: Discover the New Opentrons Protocol Library


Wednesday, February 28th

11:00AM LA, 2:00PM NYC, 7:00PM LDN


Would you like access to free plug-and-play automation workflows for Opentrons robots? We got you! The new Opentrons Protocol Library is an open, searchable repository of downloadable and configurable protocols for lab automation on the Opentrons Flex and OT-2. Within the library, researchers can find protocols for a wide range of scientific workflows, including nucleic acid extraction, NGS library prep, protein purification, ELISA, and cell-based assays. In this webinar, you’ll get a demo of the new Opentrons Protocol Library, view top plug-and-play scientific applications, and get your questions answered by the Opentrons Team.

Sign up for this 60-minute webinar to learn:
  • Discover the new Opentrons Protocol Library
  • Get a demo on how to find, configure and transfer a protocol to your robot
  • Give feedback on what protocols you’d like to see in the Protocol Library
Who should register:
  • Anyone interested in seeing the new Opentrons Protocol Library in action – a code-free, plug-and-play protocol solution for your lab. 

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Skye Windsor

Product Manager, Opentrons Labworks

Skye Windsor is a Product Manager at Opentrons Labworks. Joining Opentrons in 2019 as the inaugural member of the Account Management Team, she has supported a multitude of customers in their success with Opentrons products. As the Product Lead on the Protocol Library project, she had the opportunity to leverage her deep passion for user insights and dedication to customer-centricity to bring the product to launch. Skye holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Santa Clara University.


Rami Farawi

Field Application Scientist, Opentrons Labworks

Rami Farawi is a Field Application Scientist at Opentrons. Since he joined in 2020, Rami has provided remote and onsite support for the Flex and OT-2 for users domestically and internationally. Rami is an expert in developing custom automated solutions for manual protocols using Python. Rami holds a Chemical Engineering degree from University of Michigan.