Micro-Fluidics Interest Group

In the column on the right you will find useful information about the manufacturing of micro-fluidic devices.

Below you will find recent posts on the 4M Association which are considered to be of interest to the Micro-fluidics Interest Group.

Rapid, low-cost, point of care flu detection from microfluidic chip

Researchers at Boston University have validated a prototype rapid, low-cost, accurate, point-of-care microfluidic device that promises a better standard of care.

MEMS/Microfluidics Course


Aimed at engineers, biologists and chemists, this course will provide an introduction to MEMS and Micro-Fluidics in the context of the imminent expansion of System-on-Chip and System-in-Package technologies which enable the creation of miniature devices that integrate transducers electronic signal processing.

3µP: Multi-Reaction, Multi-Sample Microfluidic Platform

Two former partners of 4M (Fraunhofer IZM, FEMTO-ST) have joined forces to develop a microfluidic platform for multiple samples with multiple analytes to run diagnostic analysis.

Ultra smooth, miniature scale pumping systems

A micro electro-osmotic pump connector enables precise and extremely smooth flow rates in an integrated system.

Applications of Micro and Nano Technology in Biosensing & Diagnostics


The aim of this meeting is to highlight current advances in biosensing and diagnostics being made possible by the application of micro and nanotechnology.

Micromachines - Supporting the 4M Association

MDPI - Supporting the 4M Association

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