Webinar Series: Microfluidics 101 with Dolomite – #12 Open discussion: All you need to know about Microfluidics


This free monthly series of webinars will bring you up to speed with microfluidics! From basic principles to advanced knowledge on each key component of a microfluidic system, we’ll discuss the mechanisms behind the technology and how to apply it to encapsulate and deliver drugs, APIs, and biological materials.

Microfluidics is defined as “the science and engineering of systems in which fluid behavior differs from conventional flow theory primarily due to the small length scale of the system. It deals with precise control and manipulation of fluids in micro and picolitre scales that are geometrically constrained to microfluidic devices with internal sizes ranging from approximately 1 to 1000 μm. Watch this final session of our free monthly series of webinars that summarises all information we have covered throughout the whole series.


Interested in learning more about microfluidics?

Microfluidic technology enables the production of monodisperse particles, droplets, bubbles, foams and emulsions with precise control of ingredients and sizes. Explore our range of microfluidic applications that span chemical and biological applications.


Dr. Chinh Nguyen

Presenter Bio: Dr Chinh Nguyen – Technical Applications Specialist APAC

Dr. Chinh Nguyen is a Technical Application Specialist at Dolomite. Prior to this position, he was a Flow Chemistry Specialist at Syrris Ltd. Chinh finished his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Ulsan, South Korea in 2015. His focus was developing nano-catalysts and nanomaterials for biomass conversion and advanced photo-oxidation process. Today, Chinh advises Dolomite’s customers in the Asia Pacific region on applications related to Microfluidics and Nanoparticles Formation.

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