Access to laboratory automation for all Researchers


Dr. Caroline Laverty


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Post author: Caroline Laverty. Last update: 02/11/2015 at 2:01 pm by Caroline Laverty.


RoboCore is a fee-for-service facility offering access to expertise and state-of-the-art automated liquid handling and assay automation instrumentation. Applications include ELISA, sample preparation, chemical and biological library aliquoting, cell culture and tube labelling.

RoboCore can work with customers to integrate their own assays onto facility instrumentation and run that assay in high throughput mode or test if liquid automation is the best approach before committing to purchase.



RoboCore offers an opportunity for researchers to access automated liquid handling, allowing them to feel the benefits of laboartory automation such as saving time, saving money, increasing reproducibility and decreasing the potential for human error and contamination.

Caroline Laverty has over 13 years experience of laboratory automation and has worked in both industry and acedemia. She is happy to work with researchers to develop the best automated assay based on their needs, throughput and deliverables.


Please contact Dr Caroline Laverty (Facility Manager) using email ( if you would like to discuss a project or learn more about laboratory automation and how it can help facilatate your research.

Program participation: Innovation Voucher Supplier, Technology Voucher Supplier
Access by collaboration, Access by fee for service
Access by users external to managing organisation, Access by users internal to managing organisation


Freedom Evo

Automated liquid handler used for Automation of assays.

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Assay automation

Used for To apply automation to assays to increase throughput and reproducibility.

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Monash University, Clayton Campus. Ground Floor, Building 75, Monash University, Wellington Road, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: South east
Affiliations: Monash University

Biological Science categories: Assay development, Bio-Assay, ELISA

Tags: Automation, biological screening, chemical libraries, liquid handling