The Agilent Velocity Bravo liquid handling robot at the DRSC provides 96-to-96 and 96-to-384 well transfer from source plates to a stack of destination plates, and includes an automated plate-sealing device that can be used as part of a liquid handling protocol or on its own. The Bravo is used as part of our double-stranded RNA production pipeline. We welcome inquiries from local and visiting labs interested to use the Bravo for a liquid handling project.
Note that there is an Order/Signup quick link on the menu at the top right of every page.
First-time users of instruments should request training by our staff (not second-hand from someone we trained). Once you have been trained by our staff, you will be granted permission to sign up for hours on the instrument.
Preparing purchase orders (POs)
For reagent requests, training, or equipment sign-up associated with fees, we require a PO number (or 33-digit billing code for Harvard users) at the time you place your request in the DRSC-FGR PPMS online ordering system. The PO number is a required field, so your order will not go through unless you enter information in that field.
Use the following remittance address on your PO:
Accounts Receivable Harvard University P.O. Box 4999 Boston, MA 02212
Check to see if Harvard University is set up in your institution’s ordering system prior to creating a PO. If you need to set us up as a vendor or have any other questions regarding ordering or POs, please contact the director.