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Your chance to win Dolomite’s prestigious 2013 Productizing Science® competition

1st October 2013

Microfluidic specialist Dolomite is now taking entries for this year’s Productizing Science® Competition.

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Your chance to win Dolomite’s prestigious 2013 Productizing Science® competition

Dolomite presents new range of Piezoelectric Pumps

16th July 2013

Dolomite has launched a new range of self-priming Stainless Steel Piezoelectric Pumps providing a flexible solution for handling of small volumes of fluid within microfluidic systems.

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Dolomite presents new range of Piezoelectric Pumps

Dolomite expertise brings microfluidic product to market

15th May 2013

Fledgling spin-out company Drop-Tech has turned to microfluidics specialist Dolomite for its product development and fabrication skills to help productize the advanced and innovative Robo-­Drop™ technology into the Mitos Dropix, a droplet-on-demand sampler that is set to make it easy to produce extremely miniaturized droplet compartments with excellent control over their contents.

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Dolomite expertise brings microfluidic product to market

Epigem and Dolomite join forces

11th March 2013

Microfluidics experts Epigem and Dolomite are pleased to announce their collaboration in the design and manufacture of microfluidic devices offering customers more comprehensive product and service solutions.

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Epigem and Dolomite join forces

Dolomite launches high throughput system enabling to generate up to 30,000 monodispersed droplets per second

19th February 2013

Built around Dolomite’s industry leading Mitos P-Pump and recently launched range of Multiflux® connectors and interfaces, the Parallel Droplet System allows users to create stable monodisperse water-in-oil or oil-in-water droplets benefiting a broad range of applications such as microparticle manufacturing for pharmaceutical drug encapsulation and emulsion manufacturing for food research and production.

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Dolomite launches high throughput system enabling to  generate up to 30,000 monodispersed droplets per second