uFluidix Masters “Lab on a Chip” — StartUp HERE Toronto (November 1, 2018)
Along a series of tiny channels, one-tenth the width of a human hair, pass liquids that are perhaps one-hundredth the volume of a single drop. With these special chips, we can now do everything from breakthrough molecular and cell biology research, to point-of-care diagnostics. It’s all thanks to the science of microfluidics, and Toronto firm uFluidix is at the forefront.
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Newer technology is revolutionizing the process of testing fluids. Aarash Sofla calls it “lab on a chip” – and his Toronto firm has become a leader in the field of microfluidics.