Lunch & Learn: Point of care/use packaging: Microfluidic devices
Posted on January 31, 2018
Presented by ACAMP and TEC Edmonton
Date: February 21, 2018 @11:30 am
Venue: 10230 Jasper Ave., 4th Floor, Edmonton
Traditionally, technology developers and manufacturers face countless challenges when attempting to conduct tests in-the-field. Lab equipment is often fragile and therefore difficult to transport. Furthermore, such equipment is designed to be used by highly-trained professionals.
The solution is microfluidic packaging. An innovative solution, microfluidic packaging allows reagents to be placed into portable containers that can then be taken directly to points of care or use for tests.
In this lunch & learn, Viet Hoang P.Eng. and William Cully P.Eng. will explain how microfluidic packaging can help you translate your prototype into a manufacturing-ready product at a much faster rate and with less required training.
Click here to register.