Microfluidic chips

Microfluidic chips are devices used in studies in which micro-channels have been molded or patterned. The channels forming the chip are connected together to allow fluids to pass through different channels, going from one place to another. The channel network must be specifically designed for the desired application and analysis, such as cell culture, organ-on-a-chip, DNA analysis, lab-on-a-chip, microfluidic droplets, etc. Learn more about microfluidic chip history, applications, and materials and production methods.