Pipette design has taken a quantum leap forward. The modern pipette and its components have undergone significant evolution and practical redesign since the origins of pipetting in the 18th century. Following the 1980s introduction of multichannel liquid-handling devices with positioning stage bases for holding microplates, pipette tips, and reservoirs, however, pipette design experienced a 30-year period of relative inactivity.
Click the link below to read the article covering the story in Clinical Lab Products about the groundbreaking advancements made by Porex in pipette design. The use of pure materials and an innovative filter design holds the potential for improved outcomes across a wide range of laboratory settings.