Microfluidics Directory

Compiled by the Microfluidics Consortium and "Lab-on-a-Chip" Magazine


R & D

Includes: Universities, Institutes, Contract Research.

Members of the Microfluidics Consortium


DCU device

The Fraunhofer Project Centre for Embedded BioAnalytical Systems at Dublin City University (FPC@DCU) is a joint initiative of Science Foundation Ireland and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. The FPC@DCU was established through collaboration between the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Munich, Germany) specifically its Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (Fraunhofer IPT, Aachen, Germany) and DCU. The FPC @DCU is a unique resource for industry that facilitates efficient design, development and production of microfluidic devices for decentralised bioanalytical sensing for a wide range of samples and applications.

The FPC@DCU designs, develops and manufactures novel integrated microfluidic devices for automated measuring of biosamples and provides industry partners, both Irish and international, with time- and cost-efficient applications development. Benefitting from its platform-based approach, the FPC@DCU can take inputs from basic research and rapidly develop them to elevated technology readiness levels (TRLs). Combined with the capability of scale-up from prototyping to production, the FPC@DCU is a compelling offer to industrial users who need technologies for decentralised bioanalytical testing and can enable them to address a broad range of existing as well as emerging market opportunities.

The Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Institute (IPGG)

 IPGG Building

The Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Institute (IPGG) is the main academic research centre in France solely dedicated to microfluidics. Based in the heart of Paris it includes 15 research teams selected among the best institutions, representing about 200 research staff. The institute has developed a strong philosophy of interdisciplinary research in order to foster breakthrough innovation. This has led to the creation of 16 start-ups in just a few years. The fields of study cover subjects ranging from physics to chemistry and biology with many applications in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, environment and energy.

 National Resarch Council of Canada

NRC microfluidic device

The National Research Council of Canada is the Government of Canada’s premier research organization at the federal level. Its Medical Devices Research Centre is home to experts in: biosensors/biochips, microfluidics, molecular labels and novel material architectures, medical photonics, radiofrequency (RF) coil and RF/microwave (MW) antennas and electronics, computer simulation and haptics technologies.  The Medical Devices Research Centre develops small, low cost innovative medical technologies that provide rapid, sensitive, accurate and low-cost solutions aimed at saving lives, reducing the health care burden and stimulating economic opportunities

Other Entries

Adhesives Research
Amersham / GE Healthcare
Arizona State University
Austrian National Institute of Technology (Austria)
Bae Advanced Technology Centre
Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH
BCC Biosensing Competence Centre
biomedical Diagnostics Institute
BioMEMS Resource Center
Brandeis University
Brunel University
Cairn Biosciences
Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult
Charles Stark Draper Lab
CIC Microgune
Columbia University
Columbia University
Concordia (Centre for Applied Synthetic Biology)
Cornell University
Cornell University
Cornell University
Dublin City University / CEBAS
Duke University
Ecole Federale Polytechnique de Lausanne
ESPCI (Paris - France)
Flanders Microfluidics and Microreactor Consortium
Frauenhofer IPT
Fraunhofer IMM
GE Global Research
Hahn Schickard Gesellschaft IMIT
Harvard Dept of Physics
Heriott Watt University
Holst Centre
Imperial College
Institut Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
IPHT (Jena)
John Hopkins University
Keck Graduate Institute
KIST Europe
Massachusetts General Hospital
Mc Master Univeristy (Canada)
McGill University (Canada)
Michigan Tech
Micro X Labs
Nanyang Technological University
National Institute for Environmental Science
National Physical Laboratory
Natural and Medical Sciences Institute
Nehir Biyoteknoloji
NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
NMI Naturwissenschaftliches und Medizinisches Institut
North Carolina State Uni Chapel Hill
North Carolina State University
Northeastern University
Novo Nordisk
NRC BRI Microarray Lab
Oxford Instruments
Philips Research
Plat OD
Purdue University
Quake Group - Stanford University
Rice University Texas
Royal Society of Chemistry
Sandia National Labs
Simon Fraser University (Canada)
St Georges Univeristy of London
Stanford Microfluidics Lab
Technical University of Denmark
Tsinghua Univeristy
Tyndall National Institute
UC Davis
Univeristoy of Michigan
University College London
University of Alberta
University of Bangor
University of Bordeaux
University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge (2)
University of Cardiff
University of Chicago
University of Cinncinnatti
University of Delft
University of Edinburgh
University of Erlangen
University of Florida
University of Freiburg / IMTEK
University of Glasgow
University of Groningen
University of Hertfordshire
University of Hull
University of Illinois
University of Leipzig
University of Lund
University of Manchester
University of Maryland
University of Nagoya
University of Newcastle
University of Ovideo
University of Perugia
University of Saarbrucken
University of Sheffield
University of South Florida
University of Southampton
University of Toronto
University of Twente
University of Utrecht
University of Victoria
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Waterloo (Canada)
US Navy
Vanderbilt University
VTT (Finnland)
Warsaw University of Technology
Wellcome Trust / Sanger
Wyss Institute
Zentrum fuer Brenstoffzellentechnik