Automation for Everyone
Automation of microbiology shouldn’t just be for large companies or high throughput experiments – we break up workflows and allow you to cut out the parts you don’t want to do, whether that is serial dilutions, colony counting or a wide variety of other processes.
We know that there is a lot of variability in the way you work and the requirements you have – therefore, we’ve focused on flexible solutions from the start. If you’re looking for a non-obvious solution to a problem please get in touch so we can help you avoid repetitive work.
Humans are great at a lot of things, but repetitive and tedious work is not one of them. Free up your time for knowledge-based work instead, and let us help you achieve the perfect result on the first sample – and the ten thousandth.
Cost effective automation
Our top priority is providing a solution that is a great investment for your lab. We do this by utilising digital fabrication and flexible designs to bring down costs to a fraction of competing solutions.
Easy to use and integrate
We spend a lot of time making sure our products are as easy to use as possible. This means no configuring or programming – we like to think of how easy it is to use a toaster and try to mimic this in our products. On top of this, we go for the least bulky solutions – we know you don’t have a lot of space in the lab, so we want to take up as little as possible.
We’d love to help you analyse your situation and how you can take advantage of modern liquid handling and sensor technology with a free consultation. We have in-depth knowledge on the most effective ways for you to save time and money while reducing strain and errors. Please get in touch with us!
Just recently valued at $6B, Unity is one of Denmark’s biggest startup success stories. Nicholas’ position as a co-founder in Unity provides him with unique insight into early startup scaling and growth.
With many years of experience in sales, business development and key account managing, Pia has previously worked for biotechnology companies such as Novozymes, Chemometec, Thermo Fisher and Pharmacosmos.
Pia Van der zee
Chris Workman is associate professor at DTU with lots of experience in applied biotechnology, software and bioinformatics. This perspective is great for bridging the gap between life science and hardware.
Reshape Biotech is a startup company founded at DTU in 2018 by three energetic engineering students, developing innovative robotic systems for microbiology and biotech laboratories
We’ve spoken to countless of lab technicians and researchers who are frustrated by the lack of simple and cost-effective solutions to handle repetitive laboratory tasks – that is what we are here to change