We are a Massachusetts based company specializing in precision liquid handling products. Our mission is to create innovative solutions that simplify the jobs of researchers and lab technicians.
Quality, simplicity and precision are the foundation for everything we make. If you would like to learn more about our company or our products please contact us anytime.
Inventor, Co-Founder, Avidien
Rich is the founder and President of Avidien Technologies, a Boston native and graduate of Northeastern University’s College of Engineering. While at NU, he designed his first handheld pipettor as the focus of his Senior Capstone Project. Rich has since developed numerous innovative liquid handling instruments and consumables used in Life Science labs everywhere. He is inventor on two dozen issued patents and has received industry awards for several of his creative designs, including the prestigious SLAS New Product Award for the Avidien microPro 300.
Richard is hands-on at Avidien and takes advantage of every opportunity to visit with customers and listen to feedback on Avidien’s products. His aim is to understand how Avidien’s instruments are helping in the lab, and how they could be better. “Avidien’s development team truly strives to create solutions that live up to the “Science Simplified” product design principle.”
Rich lives with his family west of Boston in a town known for its craggy apple orchards and long, cold winters. When he is not thinking about the difference between pipetting accuracy and precision, Rich most enjoys time spent with his family.
Brian is a co-founder and Vice President of Research and Development at Avidien. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University and a Masters of Science in Industrial Design from the University of New South Wales. Brian has over 15 years of experience developing products for a variety of industries, including Industrial, Consumer and Medical.
He has previously held positions as Group Leader for Advanced Development and Senior Mechanical Engineer at Philips Aging and Caregiving, where he drove device strategy and successfully led numerous medical device development projects. He was also a Senior Design Engineer at Datum 3D, a Boston area design consultancy, where he developed innovative solutions for a variety of industries and clients.
Brian lives with his wife outside Boston, where they can often be found running through the neighborhood or in a local road race. He also enjoys playing soccer, traveling, hiking and photography.