Being a young and high-technology company we are dedicated to continuous research, development and innovation in order to exceed our customers’ expectations in every aspect. Continuous improvement of our products and discovery of new applications for our technologies are key drivers for our research. In order to reach these objectives, we are actively participating in publicly funded research projects. For more information about the individual projects, please click on the links below.
Flexible production platform for customer specific single-use sample carriers for the point of care diagnostics especially for respiratory diseases und individualized medicine
The goal of the MOKAS project is to develop an eight-channel optical volume calibration for pipetting workstations.
The SimPhoNy project aims to develop an easy-to-use integrated multiscale modelling environment for in Silico discovery and design of nano-enabled systems and materials.
This project is focused on development of technologies for separation and manipulation of single biological cells for life science research and medical applications.
The project aims to develop a disposable sensor controlled dosing system which can dispense fluids independent oh the rheological properties. BioFluidix is contributing the electronics for the flow sensor and the dispensing valve to this project.
KombiFun - Entwicklung eines Ressourcenschonenden Kombinationsverfahrens zur Herstellung ortsselektiver elektronischer Funktionsschichten
Aim of the project is the development of a combined printing and laser sintering process to selectively fabricate conductive or isolating functional layers on target substrates.
The central theme of the project is the printing of single biological cells confined in micro-droplets of only one tenth of a millimetre in diameter. The mid-term objective is to establish a platform for the manipulation, culture, and analysis of individual biological cells without loss of viability.
FunLas - Functionalization of thin, nanoparticle-based layers on susceptible steel surfaces via brilliant diode laser radiation
The project "FunLas" aimed for the development of a cost- and resource efficient, laser-based method to fabricate mechanically robust wear protective coatings for the application on components experiencing high stress, e.g. motor or transmission parts.
In this project, a novel low cost automated real "point of care" diagnostic device is developed for both clinical and laboratory use. The technology is based on a microfluidic disposable cartridge enabling real time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification and detection.
The MicroActive project has developed an instrument for molecular diagnostics intended for use in the doctors’ office. The instrument will first be used for patient screening for a group of viruses causing cervical cancer.
The focus of the project was the development of a percutaneously implantable venous valve prosthesis.