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Nanoscale Spotting: Picoliter Droplet Dispensing to Enable High-throughput Experimentation

Video   Dec 01, 2015

 

The need to successfully deposit very small volumes of biological and chemical content on devices exists across a wide range of applications, in research and diagnostics, such as microarray spotting on glass surfaces, and depositing samples on pre-defined microfluidics targets.  

Our non-contact dispensing technology has been perfected to reliably deliver droplets in the 70 to 800 picoliter range.  It has been implemented in a way that allows for a very smooth transition from basic R&D activities all the way to full manufacturing-scale utilization.  The presentation will illustrate how this is implemented in a wide range of applications.

 
 
 
 

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