The use of analytical equipment has expanded dramatically as biotechnology has progressed. Analytical Biotechnology is a set of technologies that offer cutting-edge methods for genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, drug discovery, screening, and analysis of biomolecules like DNA, proteins, and tiny metabolites. One of the key challenges with biotechnology research is that many outcomes are time dependent, and there is a risk of human error or other forms of handling mistakes as a result of the wide time gap between performing the experiment and receiving the results. We can achieve an accurate and precise result within a short time frame by using various analytical equipment. This decreases the risk of handling errors as well as any misreading caused by chemical compound transformations during the experimental period. Analytical equipment, on the other hand, requires a relatively small amount of sample for analysis.