Droplet-based Microfluidics

We use soft-lithography techniques to produce microfluidic modules taylored for droplet manipulation at high-throughput (~ 10 000 droplets per second). These modules enable production and reinjection of droplets, droplet pairs or muliple emulsion, division of droplet, fusion and dielectrophoretic sorting of droplets.

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Basic modules for Droplet manipulation


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