Dolomite Microfluidics gets ready to exhibit at MicroTAS 2017

Dolomite Microfluidics is delighted to be attending MicroTAS 2017, which runs from the 22nd to the 26th of October at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center in Georgia, USA.

Dolomite Microfluidics is delighted to be attending MicroTAS 2017, which runs from the 22nd to the 26th of October at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center in Georgia, USA. Visitors to Booth 26 & 27 can expect to enjoy demonstrations of Dolomite's broad range of modular microfluidic components, including the Micro Droplet Generation Systems and the Telos high throughput platform, offering tuneable diameter control of highly monodisperse droplets. The Fluidic Factory - the world's first commercially available 3D printer for rapid prototyping of sealed microfluidic devices - will also be on display, and delegates can benefit from the opportunity to talk with the Dolomite team members, who will be on hand to answer any questions.


As well as exhibiting, Dolomite Microfluidics is proud to co-sponsor the Pioneers in Miniaturization Lectureship Prize and the MicroTAS Video Competition. Professor Aaron Wheeler - a worthy winner of this year's lectureship award - will be speaking on the 25th of October as part of the main program, and there is still time for all registered MicroTAS participants to submit videos for a chance to win $1,500 to spend on Dolomite Microfluidics equipment. Entries can be submitted online at www.microtas2017.org/authors/video_submission.html.

Come along and join Dolomite Microfluidics for MicroTAS 2017 at Booth 26 & 27.

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