June 6, 2018

Robotic lab techs don't need to stop for rest. Unlike humans, they can shuttle samples 24/7.

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The scientist hunched over beakers, conducting drug research by hand, may soon be a memory.

May 10, 2018

From Robotics Business Review

For biopharmaceutical companies looking to discover the next big breakthrough in the fight against cancer, automating their processes can literally be a matter of life and death. With billions of dollars being spent to research drug discovery, finding ways to more quickly automate research is a high priority. HighRes Biosolutions aims to help pharmaceutical and biotech companies automate laboratory operations in areas that include drug discovery, high-throughput genotyping, sequencing sample preparation, and molecular diagnostics.

May 1, 2018

Life Sciences Labs Need Cobots, Not Robots

The John Henry legend, as told by Johnny Cash, not only recalls a competition between a steel-driving man and a steamdrill, it also suggests that the competition was poorly conceived: John Henry said to the steamdrill, "How is you? / Pardon me, Mister Steamdrill, I suppose you didn't hear me, huh? / Well, can you turn a jack? Can you lay a track? Can you pick and shovel, too? / Listen, this hammer-swinger is talkin' to you."

April 26, 2018

Collaborative robots, ultrasonic acoustic energy, picodroplet technology, and cloud computing are among the technologies advancing liquid handling—simplifying workflows and raising efficiency and productivity levels. These new, often automated, and efficient solutions are frequently enabled by connections—between human operators and robots, among complementary technologies, or via the cloud.

April 6, 2018

Robotics sector thrives in Massachusetts as automation firms add to their ranks

The “automation innovation” that defined last year’s list of the Largest Robotics Companies in Massachusetts continues to dominate, with nine new companies on our list and hundreds more employees.

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April 2, 2018

Pharmaceutical Processing: March 2018 Issue features the article Using Robotics and Automation Technology to Control Drug Discovery Costs written by HighRes Bio CEO Peter Harris. Click here to read the article.


January 29, 2018

Industry-first vendor-driven integration automates iterative research processes to deliver unprecedented workflow efficiencies for life scientists

September 19, 2017

Their combined flexible automation and inventory logistics system delivers significant savings by reducing compound management protocols at major pharma companies.

May 16, 2017

Beverly, MA – Today, HighRes Biosolutions founder and CEO Lou Guarracina announced his decision to step down as CEO of the company, enabling him to focus on new technology development. He will remain on the board of the company, and will become its Chief Technology Officer. Guarracina founded HighRes in 2004 based on the unique MicroDock/MicroCart technology, delivering performance, modularity, and flexibility to clients worldwide.