Microfluidics 2022: 11.07.-13.07.2022, EBML Heidelberg and Online.
Topics range from basic physics and chemistry to device design and emerging biological applications, and should be of interest to everyone from microfluidics design experts to users of the next generation of microfluidics tools, from academic scientists and trainees to industry colleagues.
- Exploring Biology
- Next-generation device design and emerging applications
- Disease diagnostics, analytical chemistry and chemical synthesis
- Single cell and single molecule analysis.