Modular Organ-On-ChipTechnology #2017-212
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The global organ-on-chip market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of around 69.4% over the next decade to reach approximately $6.13 billion by 2025. Some of the prominent trends include growing applications across several industries and increasing demand in drug screening.
This is a modular microfluidics device that allows easy and flexible configuration of microfluidic systems through the planar assembly of various standardized microfluidic modules, which perform specific functional operations applicable in cell-based assays e.g. cell culture, fluid delivery, pumping.
STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT
Food and beverages
Significantly reduce the lead time to design, characterize
and optimize a microfluidic system for a given cell based assay.
Can be viewed easily under the microscope.
Minimal contamination risk with snap-fit magnetic interconnects.
Suitable for studying multi-organ systemic interactions.
Patent pending. Available for licensing and research collaboration.
Dr Ler Ser Yeng and Dr Esther Lee Phone: +65- 6601 6248/+65-65166398
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com ILO Ref No: 2017-212
Asst Prof Toh Yi-Chin