Pipette stand, molded in polypropylene, capable of holding up to 94 pipettes. It rotates on a central vertical axis for convenient pipette selection. The lower rotating disc features four concentric troughs with tapered sides and open bottoms, securely cradling pipette tips and allowing water drops to run off. The upper disc maintains pipettes in a vertical position with a grid pattern. Liquids draining off the pipettes are retained on the stationary base by the outer ring. This stand can be easily disassembled and reassembled for added convenience.