Mosaic Sample Management is Titian Software’s comprehensive, configurable and modular software product to control and monitor all aspects of sample storage, preparation
Mosaic software is available as a tailored solution for all of your sample management
Mosaic’s modular approach makes it easy to start small and upgrade or extend the software’s functionality whenever needed. It also integrates with a huge variety of other automation and software to support your choice of workflow.More information
HighRes Biosolutions’ automated laboratory equipment and systems have been effectively applied for a diverse range of research applications. At the heart of every HighRes system is their highly flexible scheduling software known as Cellario. This
This integration allows users to design and order assay plates in Titian’s Mosaic software and then accept and run the fully automated screening process on a HighRes system; thus freeing scientists from tedious manual tasks to focus on research.”
Titian and HighRes have collaborated to provide the life sciences user with a high quality, simple and effective solution to manage and track all your research samples, processes and procedures. Titian’s Mosaic software and HighRes’ automation platforms combine to provide a truly seamless process in automated sample management order fulfilment.
The integrated systems provide the following benefits:
Titian Mosaic sample management software combined with HighRes automation platforms provide complementary functionalities for enabling your research capabilities. Together, the combination is truly synergistic with each focusing on its own strengths to work interdependently with the other.
Mosaic FreezerManagement offers a simple integration with HighRes liquid handlers via the import of results files containing sample transfer information obtained from the liquid handler.
Mosaic records the transfers from the source to the destination labware, including volume decrements, and creates the output labware automatically if it doesn’t already exist.
Operations are supported between plates and/or racks of