What do mean when we say that we do “industrial microfluidics”? Here is a small explanation.
Professor Alexandra Homsy has used the LSPone in her courses with students at the HE-ARC university in Switzerland: “Much easier to setup and use than any other pump I have used”
View the application note on her experiment!
Are microfluidics new to you? Do you always struggle when using microfluidic connectors?
Here is a small tutorial sheet on how to connect 1/4-28 UNF connectors with ferrules. These very standard connectors are the ones we use on our instruments. You’ll start loving them once you get to know them!
Not sure how to use a syringe pump, or how ours is special? View this video of the LSPone, showing a few features that can be done. We can help you adapt its use to your experiment! You can also go on our website for specifics and applications notes.
We’ve got a new partner for our laboratory products: IBL. They have been active for more than 20 years in DNA sequencing and laboratory products trading. With a network in cell culture, they’re introducing our pumps to the right people.
For more information on what they do, please check out their website: https://ibl.at/
Coming during the weekends to feed your cells is tedious and annoying? We’ve got a solution for you! Check out our application note for more details!
Cell culture media management
Microfluidics use very specific terms that are not always easy to understand, such as dead, carryover and internal volumes. But what are they exactly?
Check this information sheet for an explanation. Hopefully these specific terms are now clear for you!
Microfluidics volumes glossary
Coming to visit SLAS Europe in Brussels on Thursday and Friday. Who will be around?
Advanced Microfluidics is happy to announce a new partnership with Zimmer & Peacock Ltd. Zimmer and Peacock are passionate contract developers and manufacturers of electrochemical sensors and biosensor technologies.
Learn more about Zimmer & Peacock on their website: https://www.zimmerpeacocktech.com/
We’ll be present at the World Congress on Biosensors in Miami from June 12th to June 14th. If you’re around, come and say hi!