Opentrons allows you to automate your lab work. Today, biologists spend too much time pipetting by hand. We think biologists should have robots to do pipetting for them. People doing science should be free of tedious benchwork and repetitive stress injuries. They should be able to spend their time designing experiments and analyzing data. That’s why we started Opentrons.
Opentrons makes robots for biologists. The mission of Opentrons is to provide the scientific community with a common platform to easily share protocols and reproduce each other’s results. Our robots automate experiments that would otherwise be done by hand, allowing our community to spend more time pursuing answers to some of the 21st century’s most important questions.
Opentrons is constantly looking for world-class talent to help us bring affordable and easy-to-use automation to biologists. Whether you are an engineer, a scientist, or a designer, join Opentrons and help us transform how biological research is done.
Small enough to fit on a bench and affordable for any size lab, Opentrons’ newest robot, OT-2, allows biologists to run an experiment with the click of a button. OT-2 includes access to a library of verified protocols developed by hundreds of scientists from across the scientific community. Building on the design and success of Opentrons’ first robot, OT-One, OT-2 requires less technical expertise to use. Read more
Kinnari joined Opentrons in 2018 as a Staff Scientist to automate experiments for broad applications in Next Generation Sequencing pipelines. In 2012, she earned her BS in Biology from Spelman College. Recently, she completed her Ph.D. thesis in the Molecular Biology Department at Princeton University where she studied yeast genomics and modeled DNA mismatch repair pathways in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. When she is not eagerly automating molecular biology techniques, she can be found wherever there are good food, music, and beer. Read more