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Our current focus is the encourage the development of the laboratory as an information factory: taking complex samples from analysis to actionable insight.

From robotics to the Internet of things, to big data and AI, new technologies are emerging which threaten to disrupt existing ways of doing thing and open up new opportunities for more effective, faster, cheaper, safer and more rewarding processes in the laboratory.


With many years of experience in the instruments business and technology transfer, and an extensive network of contacts, we are able to partner and offer a range of services connecting technology with real market needs:

  • market research to support business decisions
  • technology feasibility studies
  • collaborative projects with grant funding support
  • start-up support and funding
  • business development
  • training and awareness sessions


We are currently involved in the Europeans Commission’s robotics program via euRobotics and the topic group on analytical laboratory robotics, as well as similar initiatives in the UK, Switzerland and Germany.


Find out more about Laboratory Robotics here