Letter From the CEO

Letter from the CEO

FORMULATRIX is committed to providing the life science community with the most innovative robotic automation equipment and software on the market. Our team doesn't simply upgrade the systems everyone else is making - we reinvent the technology, producing the smartest, fastest, and most efficient automation solutions available.


Since its inception in 2002, FORMULATRIX has grown from a one-person enterprise with a single product into an international company with several product lines including protein crystallization automation, liquid handlers, and sample concentration solutions. We have deployed thousands of our products worldwide to all of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies and leading academic research institutes throughout the world. 


We continue to expand our reach into new markets with products like the µPULSE® TFF System, a sample concentration and buffer exchange instrument with many applications to a broad range of industries. Our innovation has no boundaries as we push the envelope of what is possible in the laboratory. Our ROVERTM Autonomous Plate Handlers are paving the way for the lab of the future that is completely automated. 


We think that developing top-notch laboratory equipment is congruent with having fun. At FORMULATRIX we have a casual dress code, an open-door environment, and even grill-outs every Friday. We think a positive attitude goes a long way to meet project deadlines and deliver quality support.


Most of all, at FORMULATRIX, we aim to convert our customers into loyal clients through the quality of our products and customer service. For example, our imagers run nightly diagnostics and send us summary emails every morning, alerting us when equipment needs maintenance before the user is even aware of an issue. We believe that if we make excellent products that outstrip the competition and commit to full product support, we will continue to expand our influence as a world leader in laboratory automation.



Jeremy Stevenson
CEO/ President

Jeremy Stevenson