Recently, Beckman Coulter Life Science posted a video on their website interviewing scientists on how liquid handling automation robots and devices have helped them increase and improve their workflow in their laboratories.
Chr. Hansen is interviewed in the video.
The man in this video explains how errors and miscalculations could easily be made when they were doing this work by hand. However, by automating it, they reduce the risks of making mistakes. He also said that while he could around 24 by hand a day, the robot is capable of processing around 48 a day or so. He goes on to talk about other uses for this technology that his company is exploring.
The vice president of Beckman Coulter is Robert Thikoll.
Robert Thikoll is from Davidson, North Carolina. At Beckman Coulter, he is a part of a medical and diagnostic equipment maker that is changing the world with their innovative technologies. Beckman Coulter is part of Danaher, a Washington D.C. based company from the United States.
Robert Thikoll has studied in Asia in the past.
He went to school for a while at Japan’s Nanzan University, from where he earned a Bachelor’s degree. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from Arizona State University.