Organization: Alberta Microelectronics Corp

Researchers gain access to low-cost microfluidic chips

The Canadian Microelectronics Corp has entered an agreement with Edmonton-based Micralyne Inc to enable access to microfluidic technology by university researchers across Canada. Under the agreement, CMC acts as a broker between university faculty and Micralyne, and assumes the costs associated with the design of customized microfluidic microchips. These chips, which allow minute volumes of…