Digital Microfluidics

The microfluidic technology we applied originates from the research and development achievements of the University of Macau. Based on the principle of electrowetting, digital microfluidic control technology uses voltage signals to drive nanoliter droplets to move freely on microchips. Droplets on microchip can be used as carriers to carry various chemical and biological reagents, cells, proteins, DNA and RNA, so that they can be moved, sampled, fused and temperature controlled, and then can automatically complete various related test reactions.

Through the application of digital microfluidic control technology, we concentrated the reaction of several laboratory programs on a small chip, and through the preset microfluidic program, the operation, control and monitoring can be automatically completed with a high degree of automation, which greatly reduces the manual operation part that customer experience can be better.