What is microfluidics?
Comparison between peristaltic, syringe and pressure pumps for microfluidic applications
This pump selection guide shows the advantages as well as the disadvantages of each method of fluid delivery in Microfluidics so it will help you to choose the proper one for your microflui
How to choose a microfluidic chip
With this review, we give you some advices on how to select the right microfluidic chip for your application.
Microfabrication of Microfluidic Chips: Materials and Methods
We discuss the main materials used for microfluidic chips, and their related production methods. In addition, we give you advice on which material one should use depending on the application.
Microfluidic chips: key applications
We discuss some applications where microfluidics achieves results that would be very challenging to obtain when using conventional methods.
Microfluidics definitions and advantages
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.
The Raydrop | A new droplet generation device based on non-embedded co-flow-focusing
After introducing the Raydrop, Adrien Dewandre and his team from ULB demonstrate that this new configuration offers the ability to emulsify any liquid with a wide range of droplet sizes. This universality is demonstrated with experimental results. Modeling is also performed, supporting experimental results, and allowing for the prediction of droplet size and production regime (dripping, jetting regimes).
What is a microfluidic chip?
We here define microfluidic chips and summarize microfluidic history.
What is the history of microfluidics?
Microfluidics is both the science which studies the behaviour of fluids through micro-channels, and the technology of systems that process or manipulate small (10-6 to 10-12 litres) amounts of fluids using microminiaturized devices