We’re now present on the chinese market with our distributor Beijing E-science Co (BEC)!
For all you academics, we’ll have stand at microTAS in Basel from October 27th to October 31st.
Be sure to stop by booth 40 for a little chat!
We’ll be holding an innovation pitch at the CSEM Precision Liquid Handling Workshop entitled “Zero Dead Volume Microfluidics”. What’s your opinion about the importance of having no dead volume in the various microfluidic systems (i.e. sequential injection, perfusion, etc.)?
You can find more information about this workshop here.
We’ve designed our pumps such that the valves are simple to change by our clients. This way, a single system allows for different experiments over time.
We’ll be visiting SLAS Europe in Barcelona on Wednesday June 27th and Thursday June 28th. Let’s meet up for a coffee!
At Advanced Microfluidics, we value client service. We are reactive and available. We will help you find a solution that suits your needs and solve challenges that may arise when you use our products.
Let’s work together to make things easy. What do you need?
We’ll be at Labvolution in Hannover from May 21st to May 23rd.
You’ll be able to find us right by the entrance of hall 19, at stand B79
Welcome to our mini “Biosensors Series”. We want to show how we can combine our modules with traditional biosensors to improve setups.
The first publication of our mini-series today is about flow cytometry. Footprint and necessary quantities for analysis are reduced by about 75%. Now have we got your attention?
Don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out how we can help you!
When dealing with microfluidics, it’s important to rinse and clean your system regularly and properly to ensure quality over time.
What should I be cleaning with? This depends on your application. Here is a short guide that gives you some leads on where to start.
Zimmer and Peacock have been using our LSPone with their flow cell, allowing for electrochemical monitoring.
Here’s what they say about it:
“At Zimmer and Peacock we have been providing a flow cell for our sensors for some time, but we have been missing a vital element, which was a versatile accurate pump, with no dead volume.
Therefore we were delighted to use the LSPone pump this week with our flow cell, screen printed electrodes and our AnaPot.
We were able to compare electrochemical process with and without flow and were delighted to discover that our processing became ‘better’ when flowing due to the constant replenishment of starting material and the constant removal of spent reagents.”