Pipettes: A Brief History

If you work in the pharmaceutical, biotech, or medical device industries, you probably use pipettes on a daily basis without even thinking about it.

The pipette, the most common piece of laboratory equipment for extracting samples, has been around for more than sixty years. Single channel and multi channel pipettes are used to move liquids and semi-solids. But have you given much thought about how the precision instruments were created?

The Birth of the Pipette

When it came to the creation of the first single channel pipettes, as with so many other great advances in science, necessity was the mother of its invention.

One of the major challenges faced by laboratories in the early 1950s was transferring ideal volumes of liquid, but later in 1958, a revolutionary invention of pipette was done by one of the German scientists named Heinrich Schnitger, but this invention had many limitations.

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