Biotech Product Development & Manufacturing

Bringing state-of-the-art DNA sequencing, CRISPR, genetic engineering, and next-generation sequencing (NGS) instruments and consumables to market.

Our biotech commercialization capabilities include integrating disruptive technologies, biosensors, optics and complex chemistry

Biotech companies face strong competition in this fast-growing market. Having a team of scientists on staff assures that we understand the challenges of reagent development, processing, handling, and how to best solve those challenges at the instrument and microfluidic cartridge consumable interface.

Gener8's Biotech engineering and design team specialize in the development of complex desktop instruments and consumables that demand superior ease of use. Our experience with these complex systems includes the integration of disruptive technologies, biosensors, specialized optics systems, and complex chemistry protocols.


Developing complex biotech instruments and consumables

We understand the challenges of biotech device development and manufacturing. Our strong capabilities in the development and manufacturing of custom and highly complex instruments, complemented by our advanced rapid prototyping capabilities for a turnkey device and consumable solution. We are experts in omics hardware, cell culture equipment, as well as sample prep devices and handling systems.

Our deep biotech engineering expertise includes driving fluidics and optics-based detection. We're also highly skilled in chip integration for next-generation sequencing, Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR), and other automated genetic engineering products.

Our extensive experience in biotech cartridge engineering has given us a deep understanding of microfluidics, small volumes, and fluid dynamics.

Typical projects entail fluid handling requirements in small volumes, ranging from milliliters (ml) to microliters (µl). We bring assay protocols to life developing a variety of features to execute plasma separation, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) purification, cell lysis, bacterial analysis, biomarker expression, and more.

Our team can quickly achieve these fluidic requirements through our novel rapid injection molding.

We're proud to highlight a few additional biotech development and manufacturing capabilities

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Feasibility & Breadboarding

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Injection Molding & Plastics Processing


Reagent Filling in Our Dry-Room Space


Optics & Camera System Expertise


Complete Assembly & Quality Control Testing

Learn more about our process for commercializing breakthrough biotech instruments, consumables, and integrated systems

Our portfolio includes commercializing biotech solutions for sequencing, gene manipulation, and cellular analysis

We offer a wide range of biotech product development and manufacturing expertise, including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), immunochemistry, genetic engineering, and cell culture technologies. Here are a few samples of our various projects.

  • Instruments
    • Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Instruments
    • Third-Generation Sequencing (TGS) Equipment
    • Library Preparation Systems
  • Consumables
    • Flow Cell Carriers
    • Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Reagent Cartridges
    • Microfluidic Chips
  • Instruments
    • Automated Genetic Engineering Platforms
    • Point of Care (PoC) In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) Instruments Using CRISPR and Cas enzymes
  • Consumables
    • Microfluidic Chips
  • Instruments
    • Single-Cell Analysis Equipment
    • Organ-On-a-Chip Culture Module Instruments
    • Single-Cell Proteomics Systems
    • Automated Cell Culture and Processing Systems
  • Consumables
    • Organ-On-a-Chip
    • Microfluidic Chips
    • Single-Cell Chips

Biotech Device Development Process

Our Biotech development process can take you from feasibility through commercialization or can be scaled to fit your company's needs. We have separate, but integrated consumable and instrument teams to maintain focus and expertise while aligning through process and communications.

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