Great tool for pipetting in 96-well format

Eppendorf epMotion® 96

The new Eppendorf epMotion® 96 is an easy to use bench top system for fast and high precision pipetting in 96- and 384-well plates. As an affordable solution it overcomes the limits of manual multichannel pipetting. Enjoy the epMotion 96 video that shows the ease-of-use with three application examples (multidispense 3 x 100 µL in stack of cell culture plates, fill 384-well plate by 4 x 96 channel indexing, pipette and mix mode).

Save time and money while getting better reproducibility of your results from cell based assays, ELISA, cell seeding, nucleic acid quantification, plate reformatting or other applications.

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Keep your Process in Motion

New! epMotion 96 Performance Plans

We are very pleased to announce that the epMotion 96 Performance Plans are now available. These Plans have been developed to maintain and verify the new epMotion 96 system accuracy and precision on a regular basis.

Please find further information here or contact us.


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Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology 2015

Call for Entries!

Eppendorf and the journal Science are now accepting applications for the 2015 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology. This annual international research prize of US$25,000 is awarded to young scientists for their outstanding contributions to neurobiology research based on methods of molecular and cell biology. Researchers who are 35 years of age or younger are invited to apply by June 15, 2015. The winner and finalists are selected by a committee of independent scientists, chaired by Science’s Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Stern.

The 2014 prize was won by the US scientist Eiman Azim, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Columbia University in New York. Eiman Azim’s work offers fundamental new insights into the neural mechanisms that enable skilled limb movements to be both smooth and precise. His research has provided direct support for long-standing theories about the roles of internal feedback pathways within the central nervous system and external feedback from the muscles in regulating fine motor control.

For more about the prize and film interview with Eiman Azim, go to


Hot off the press: Eppendorf BioNews No. 42

The leading article of the latest issue of our customer magazine Eppendorf BioNews features “The Eppendorf Approach for Improved Workflows”. You can also learn more about a variety of new Eppendorf products, all of them designed to facilitate your daily routine with common workflows.

You can download BioNews from our website or subscribe to it. The BioNews subscription is free. If you know BioNews already you are invited to participate in a short online survey starting February 1, 2015. With a little luck you could win one of ten Eppendorf pipettes which will be raffled off among all participants.

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Actualización gastos de envío eShop

Informamos a nuestros clientes que a partir del 16/01/2015, se aplicarán 15 € de gastos de envío a todos los pedidos inferiores a 500 € realizados en nuestra tienda electrónica eShop.


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Programa Eppendorf para Nuevos Laboratorios

El Programa Eppendorf para Nuevos Laboratorios ha sido creado para que usted pueda equipar su laboratorio con productos de la más alta calidad:


> Pack de Inicio con muestras de consumibles para comenzar con toda la seguridad y fiabilidad que ofrecen nuestros productos

> Material informativo sobre los productosEppendorf indispensables para su nuevo proyecto

> Su persona de contacto Eppendorf para resolver todas sus dudas


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Brush up your knowledge

New seminar program 2015 now with course on cell culture basics

Profit from our experience in liquid handling, automation, cell technology and cell culture. In our practice-orientated seminars, you can learn something new or just brush up your knowledge. We offer courses in German, French and English in small groups. Each successful participant receives a certificate.

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Curso de Manejo de Líquidos en Madrid

Principios básicos, mantenimiento, ajustes y verificaciones

Desde el Centro de Entrenamiendo de Eppendorf en Madrid, tenemos el placer de anunciar el Curso de Manejo de Líquidos, que le permitirá mejorar sus ensayos gracias a la optimización en el uso de las herramientas de pipeteo, así como alargar la vida media de sus pipetas y dispensadores gracias a las recomendaciones sobre limpieza y mantenimiento de los mismos.

Objetivos del curso:

  • Comprensión de las diferentes técnicas de pipeteo y su impacto en la precisión y exactitud cuando se manejan diferentes tipos de líquido
  • Implementación de procedimientos internos para ayudar al usuario en el mantenimiento de pipetas, así como en la resolución de problemas básicos
  • Formación en procesos de verificación y calibración de acuerdo a las normas estándar

Contenido del curso:

  • Introducción a los diferentes sistemas de manejo de líquidos
  • Área de aplicaciones
  • Normas para el manejo adecuado, la inspección, el mantenimiento y la descontaminación de pipetas
  • Introducción a los métodos estadísticos básicos
  • Introducción a la calibración de pipetas según la norma DIN EN ISO 8655

Próxima sesión: fecha por anunciar

Descargue abajo los precios y el formulario de inscripción.


Winner 2014 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology

U.S. scientist Eiman Azim, has won the 2014 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology.

Eiman Azim, Ph.D.

The U.S. scientist Eiman Azim, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Columbia University in New York has won the 2014 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology. Eiman Azim’s work offers fundamental new insights into the neural mechanisms that enable skilled limb movements to be both smooth and precise.

Read more about Eiman Azim’s work here.