June 21, 2022 — June 22, 2022
Lab-on-a-Chip and Microfluidics Europe 2022 now on its 15th year brings together researchers and industry participants from both academia and industry focusing on technology and innovation in the Lab-on-a-Chip (LOAC) and Microfluidics fields.
The Microfluidics Innovation Hub is excited to be part of this conference as an exhibitor and delighted to have partners from the NextGenMicrofluidics consortium take part as invited Speakers and Poster Presenters.
Micronit Senior Business Development Manager Mark Olde Riekerink is presenting on the topic 'Microfluidics Applications in the Life Sciences Sector'. His talk will provide examples of industrial solutions and recent technology developments in this field, with special focus on the life sciences sector.
Joanneum Research Senior Scientist Anja Haase’s presentation is focused on high throughput fabrication based on roll-to-roll UV imprint lithography of lab-on foil chips for protein or DNA detection. Fellow scientist Anne Linhardt is presenting on the implementation of DNA amplification by LAMP as well as multiplex DNA detection using the same polymer foil based microfluidic chip. She features the Institute’s pilot line for high throughput production of microfluidic systems based on roll-to-roll (R2R) processes.
Senior Researcher Ana Ayerdi from Tecnalia Research & Innovation is presenting on the topic ‘Microfluidic Chip For In Vitro Neuronal Cell Culture Under Electrical Stimulation’ and Researcher Veronica Mora Sanz is speaking about ‘Colorimetric LOC Compatible with Roll-to-Roll (R2R) Fabrication For Monitoring the Activity of Enzyme Extracts’.
Running alongside the conference will be an exhibition where you can meet the MIH team at Booth E17. Drop by and learn more about the latest technological advances and services we offer including the many different ways in which you can receive support to access these technologies.
For more information visit: Lab-on-a-Chip and Microfluidics Europe 2022