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What is Microfluidic

Microfluidics is the science of manipulating and controlling fluids, usually in the range of microliters (10-6) to picoliters (10-12), in networks of channels with dimensions from tens to hundreds of micrometers. This discipline takes its origins in the early 1990’s and has grown exponentially. It is viewed as an essential tool for life science research or in a larger way in biotechnologies.

In this section, you will have access to all the information regarding Microfluidic definitions and advantages, how to choose a microfluidic chip and the History of Microfluidics.

Microfluidics offers revolutionary new capabilities. It is still quite a new technology and there is a lot of work to perform so that it will solve problems for users who are not experts in fluid physics such as clinicians, cell biologists, and public health officials.

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Microfluidics is the science of manipulating and controlling fluids, usually in the range of microliters (106) to picoliters (1012), in networks of channels with dimensions from tens to hundreds of micrometers. This discipline takes its origins in the early 1990’s and has grown exponentially. It is viewed as an essential tool for life science research or in a larger way in biotechnologies.

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Microfluidic chips are the devices used in microfluidic studies in which micro-channels have been molded or patterned. The micro-channels forming the microfluidic chip are connected together in order to allow fluids to pass through different channels, going from one place to another.

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MicroTAS International Conference gathers companies and researchers to report research results from multiple fields such as microfluidics, microfabrication, nanotechnology and integration. It also offers plenary talks as well as contributed oral presentations and posters. Over 900 worldwide scientists and professionals engaged in research on/and the use of integrated microsystems will attend the 2019 edition in Basel, Switzerland from 27 – 31 October 2019. .

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