Learn More About the Strateos Platform
Strateos is a pioneer in the development of remote access laboratories and lab control software for life science discovery. Our mission is to create new knowledge driven by data, computation, automation, and high-throughput robotics with the goal of fundamentally advancing the life sciences. Learn how the Strateos Platform helps scientists efficiently and reproducibly design, run, and analyze experiments to enable novel and rapid scientific discoveries.
Medicinal Chemistry Services
Strateos Tissue Tech: Early Access
Strateos Synthetic Biology Services
Strateos Scientific Instrumentation
Accelerating Protein Engineering Through Lab Automation and Artificial Intelligence
Maximizing R&D Through Cloud-Based Control and Automation of Scientific Workflows
Functional Cell Based High-Throughput Screening
Faster Medicinal Chemistry Cycle Times
Featured Blog Posts
The Global Synthetic Biology Conference 2020
Announcing New High-Throughput Screening (HTS) Products and Services- A Preview of Our SLAS 2021 Talk
Ushering Life Science Into the Modern Age: Uptech Report Interview With Mark Fischer-Colbrie
Smartlab Digital 2021: Lessons Learned From Building Smart Labs
Assembling CRISPR GRNA Constructs Using the Strateos Robotic Cloud Laboratory
The Strateos On-Demand Robotic Cloud Lab Reliably Performs High-Throughput QPCR
Use of Strateos Robotic Cloud Lab for High-Throughput Site-Directed Mutagenesis
Automated Mammalian CRISPR/CAS9 Genome Editing Using Synthetic SGRNA
RAPID CELL-FREE FORWARD ENGINEERING OF NOVEL GENETIC RING OSCILLATORS
STANDARDS FOR PROTOCOLS: THE QUICKEST WAY TO REPRODUCIBILITY
KINETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF 100 GLYCOSIDE HYDROLASE MUTANTS ENABLES THE DISCOVERY OF STRUCTURAL FEATURES CORRELATED WITH KINETIC CONSTANTS
ENGINEERING PROTEINS IN THE CLOUD WITH PYTHON AND TRANSCRIPTIC, OR, HOW TO MAKE ANY PROTEIN YOU WANT FOR $360
Technical Notes & Protocols
This protocol automates colorimetric protein detection from liver tissue extracts or plasma samples using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) technology on the Strateos platform.
This protocol automates colorimetric protein detection and quantitation from mouse tissue extracts or plasma samples using electroluminescence (ECL) technology on the Meso Scale Discovery (MSD) Sector S600 device.
This protocol automates the thermal shift assay on the Transcriptic platform. By detecting changes in a protein’s thermal stability, this assay can be used for a variety of applications during drug development.
This protocol automates quantitative PCR (qPCR) for real time DNA detection and quantitation on Transcriptic’s robotic platform.