Wouldn't it be cool to work with a personalized Eppendorf pipette? Take your chance in the prize competition in our BioNews anniversary edition! Our fingers are crossed for you!

Participate until June 30 in the prize competition of BioNews No. 48.
Prolonged pipetting can be very exhausting. For true comfort, take a closer look at our electronic pipette controller Easypet® 3:
Handle even small volumes with the tips of your fingers! Learn more about the intuitive and convenient speed adjustment of our Easypet® 3 here:
At our 1st Stem Cell Community Day we brought together experts from industry and academia, to discuss recent achievements, challenges, and chances in stem cell bioprocessing for research and commercial manufacturing. Save the date for next year's Stem Cell Community Day on April 24, 2018 | Dusseldorf, Germany:

Are you a Pipetting Ninja? Master our challenge and find out!

Print your personalized certificate as proof of your expertise!

Running smoothly since 1964! Meet the "Rotationsmischer 3300", our first mixer.
Which Eppendorf products from back in the day are you still using in your lab?

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Finally arrived - our new Centrifuge 5425!

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Graham Diering, 2017 finalist of the Eppendorf & Science Prize, has started his own lab at the University of North Carolina. His research seeks to answer some important questions about the role of sleep in retaining long-term memories.

Our lab has broad interests in neuroscience, including the causes and consequences of sleep and the molecular basis of memory.

Many researchers consider antibiotics to be a reliable measure to prevent microbial contaminations. But is the prophylactic use of antibiotics in cell culture worth the ensuing disadvantages?

Contamination with microorganisms continues to present severe challenges afflicting cell culture laboratories worldwide.

A long history of Eppendorf pipettes. What is the oldest version you ever worked with?

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A true Pipetting Ninja knows how to handle problematic liquids wisely. Are you a Master of Wisdom? Master our new challenge and find out!

Master our pipetting challenge and find out.

An Eppendorf instrument from the '60s - Do you know what it was used for?

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We are proud to accept the Scientists’ Choice Award for Customer Service of the Year, voted on by scientists from around the globe. Thank you for your trust and your votes!

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How do you keep your biological safety cabinet clean and tidy? Learn more in our Cell Handling "Did You Know" No. 10!

Your biological safety cabinet should be a contamination-free working area.

Not everything was better in the good old days - especially not in a lab! 😉
What would you do differently today?

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The right technique is crucial for accurate pipetting results - especially when you're handling difficult liquids.

Learn more in FAQ No. 08!

Want to apply for the Eppendorf & Science Prize? Check out the interview with 2017 winner Flavio Donato and learn more about his work. 👨‍🔬

Submit your application for the US$ 25,000 award until June 15, 2018!

To ensure safety and to prevent laboratory acquired infections, precautions must be taken throughout the whole centrifugation process.

Unsuspected aerosols are a potential health hazard! Learn how to handle infectious and hazardous samples safely.