Chemspeed Synthesizer Biomat Platform helps CSIRO’s research on Drug Delivery Systems

Chemspeed SYNTHESIZER BIOMAT Platform helps CSIRO’s research on Drug Delivery Systems as illustrated in recent article in International Journal of Pharmaceutics

Chemspeed SYNTHESIZER BIOMAT platform takes central stage in a recent article from CSIRO, about “High throughput preparation and characterisation of amphiphilic nanostructured nanoparticulate drug delivery vehicles” published in Elsevier’s International Journal of Pharmaceutics.

The article details how the typically slow process of preparation, characterization and assessment of drug delivery vehicles can be accelerated and rendered less tedious by the usage of Chemspeed SYNTHESIZER BIOMAT platform. From the dispensing of the amphiphile stock solution to the precise addition of the drug solution at different concentration into micro-titer plates, the Chemspeed platform delivered on expectations.

SYNTHESIZER BIOMAT robotic platform is derived from the SYNTHESIZER family, a modular concept that allows dispensing of almost any type of material into pretty much any type of container. Chemspeed overhead gravimetric dispensing can manage products in all forms, from solids, to liquids, to viscous material, and dispense them into any type of container with a high precision and accuracy. Combined with Chemspeed volumetric dispensing capabilities and over 40 different functions, the possibilities are limitless. It should also be noted that as dispensing is overhead (both for gravimetric and volumetric dispensing), it is possible to add material into a vial, bottle, container, while this one is heated, cooled and stirred. Make it possible to realize very complex procedures. If you are interested in discussing how Chemspeed SYNTHESIZER family of solutions could help you in the preparation of your reactions, formulations, mixtures, samples, etc, please do not hesitate to contact us.


CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world with more than 6500 staff located across 56 sites throughout Australia and overseas. CSIRO is involved in more than 740 research activities, working with leading scientific organisations in over 80 countries with partners and customers ranging from foreign governments, small companies to large multi-nationals and international foundations. CSIRO’s research is performed by the 13 Divisions such as Astronomy and Space Science, Earth Science and Resource engineering, Ecosystem Sciences, Energy Technology, Food and Nutritional Sciences, ICT Centre, Land and Water, Livestock Industries, Marine and Atmospheric Research, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Plant Industry and Process Science and Engineering.

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August 7, 2011