A Micropipette is a laboratory equipment used to transfer small quantities of liquids appropriately. The first Micropipette was invented by Heinrich Schnitger in the year 1957 at University of Marburg, Germany


  • Autoclavable 
  • UV Resistant 
  • Durable 
  • High Performance 
  • Fixed Volume 

Challenges Faced before the invention of Micropipette 

  • No flexibility in the quantity of liquids. 
  • Difficult to suck acids in pasteur pipettes. 
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