LabTwin for Antimicrobial Resistance

Record findings and analyze culture well plates, hands-free and in real time, to determine the minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) for each sample, decide on the right antibiotic to be used and streamline your antimicrobial resistance (AMR) quest.

LabTwin for Antimicrobial Resistance

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Javier is a 2nd year Microbiology PhD student at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health - Universitat de Barcelona

Meet Javier Moreno

Javier is a 2nd year Microbiology PhD student at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health - Universitat de Barcelona. His research focuses on preclinical research and discovery of new antimicrobials to help fight Antimicrobial Resistance.

Javier is one of our ambassadors. You can learn more about our exclusive co-creator ambassador program, Twenty Nine, here.

Javier is a 2nd year Microbiology PhD student at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health - Universitat de Barcelona

How can your eyes be in two places at the same time?

Scientists often manually analyze culture well plates to speed up sample processing. However, it can be very difficult to simultaneously record data and analyze multiple wells. Therefore, this process is prone to human error. To define the outcome of each well, Javier needs to hold the plate above his head, observe and memorize each location and outcome, tilt his head down to write down his findings, and look up again to repeat the process with the next well.

A-Ha moment:

Javier realized he could save time and decrease errors by making voice notes instead of written notes during his culture plate analysis. He decided to use LabTwin to automatically record and transcribe the location and outcome of every well on his plate simply by speaking. 

Hands-Free-Documentation

Hands-free documentation

Taking notes at the point of experimentation supports the traceability of results and enables researchers to maintain the quality and control of their data.

LabTwin for Antimicrobial Resistance

Key takeaways:

  • > Scientists can now access support when their hands and eyes are busy

  • > A digital lab assistant annotates findings and maintains data quality and accuracy

  • > Hands-free, real-time data capture minimized human error and interruptions

We are waiting to support your next-generation lab informatics. The Lab of the Future is here.