A Journey In To the History of Micropipettes!

Mar-10
 

Micropipettes are the lifelines of any life sciences based research laboratory. Every single experiment is invariably dependent on them. They have made life so much easier, haven’t they? Ever wondered how they came into the picture or how did a lab from the 60s used to manage without any? Let’s take this really interesting journey into their invention!. After suffering from tuberculosis as a soldier in the World War II, which probably saved his life, Heinrich Schnitger decided to study medicine, but not to practice medicine itself, but as he once said to control his health while protecting himself from incompetent doctors (One of a kind, wasn’t he!)

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