It has become fashionable for companies to have mission statements and, sadly, these are often ignored from the instant they are conceived. We have chosen a simple one:
By implication, we intend this to extend to our customers, products and services, employees, environment, surroundings, community, suppliers and anyone else with whom we are connected.
Ultimately, Singer Instruments are dedicated to making instrumentation to make your lab research easier. And we do this because we really believe in the importance of the scientific research that you do!
Singer Instruments was established in 1934 and has a long-standing track record developing and manufacturing mechatronic workstations and laboratory automation robotics. Our world-leading, specialist products are used to facilitate and accelerate genetic and genomic research around the world. We supply public and private research institutions in multiple facets of biological sciences including Genetics, Neuroscience, Systems Biology, Cancer Biology, Biofuel Engineering and microbiology.
Our premises, on the edge of Exmoor National Park in Somerset, England, is a state-of-the-art factory with full, virtual prototyping facilities, precision CNC manufacture and robotic coordinate measurement for quality control. We design, manufacture, program, assemble and QC all of our core products on site.
Having worked alongside and added value to laboratory research for over 40 years, we are a truly integrated and respected member of the genetics research community.
Our tag line ‘a responsibility to science’, acts as a continual reminder for us to do our utmost to support, develop new technology, and add as much value as possible to the science and the scientific community we serve.
Should you have any feedback, suggestions or collaborative opportunities that may help accelerate scientific research, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Please contact us or pop round to our beautiful offices for a cup of tea!
The objects of The CSF are to advance the education of the public in general (and particularly among scientists) on the subject of yeast genetics and to promote research for the public benefit in all aspects of that subject and to publish the useful results