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Life Science Webinar

Liquid handling: control small volumes of liquid precisely and efficiently
Wednesday 16 June 2021
3:30 – 4:30 pm (CET)

Dispensing, aspirating, pipetting – when handling very small volumes of liquid, precision is a must. So how do you manage to meet your quality requirements reliably and efficiently even when the throughput is high? How do you achieve reproducible results and avoid contamination? This one-hour webinar will provide you with some clear answers.

  • - You will be given a quick overview of the basics of liquid handling. 
  • - You will find out about the functionality and benefits of pressure-over-liquid dosing systems.
  • - You will discover how you can accurately dispense and aspirate fluids with dispense heads (and media-separated valves).
  • - You will see for yourself how in our trade fair exhibit samples are precisely and flexibly pipetted using pipetting modules.

In the last fifteen minutes of the webinar you will have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange information with the liquid handling experts from Festo.

Target group:
Engineers in laboratory automation, design engineers of laboratory systems and devices, scientific managers as well as scientists involved in drug development and research.


Johannes Lang
Johannes Lang
Product Manager - Lifetech
Johannes Lang is an experienced mechatronics engineer with a background in digital automation and artificial intelligence. As product manager at Festo he is focused on the development of liquid handling applications such as dispense heads and pipettes. 
Lars Zimmermann
Sales Engineer
As a sales engineer at Festo, Lars Zimmermann looks after the requirements and needs of customers in Life Science on a daily basis. In his technical sales role, he has been advising customers on automation for five years.

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The webinar will be held in English.