Microfluidics - Questions, Answers, and Reference Material

A deep, fused slica glass, spiral-shaped, microfluidic channel A deep, fused slica glass, spiral-shaped, microfluidic channel Translume microfabrication capability can help you explore and exploit the microfluidic world.

The manipulation of fluids in channels with dimensions of tens of micrometers — microfluidics — has emerged over the last two decades as a distinct new field. Microfluidics has the potential to play a key role in subject areas from chemical synthesis and biological analysis to optics and information technology. Translume microfabrication capability can help you exploit this new world.

 

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