MicroTAS 2020

We’re attending the 24th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (µTAS 2020). It will be held online from 4-9 October 2020. 


Curious about the capabilities of our equipment? Looking to discuss the feasibility of running your experiments on our systems? Or are you perhaps still wondering whether microfluidics is the right solution for you? 

Don’t wait any longer to get the answers, book a meeting with our Specialist! 

 Stephen Groves is going to be available to brainstorm your ideas during MicroTAS 2020. 



Activities we’re taking part in at the event

Poster presentation

Thursday 8th October 2020, 09:05 – 10:05 ET

Dolomite’s Head of Applications, Dr Damiano Rossi, will present our poster and launch our newly released system for lipid nanoparticle (NP) production, encapsulation of vaccines, drugs and other APIs. 

Pioneers of Miniaturization Award

Friday 9th October 2020

Our CEO Mark Gilligan will present the award to the competition winner. The prize recognizes outstanding contributions to the understanding and development of miniaturized systems. Sponsors include Lab on a Chip, Dolomite, and Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society (CBMS).


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.

Single Emulsions

Single Emulsions

Controlled methods to form monodisperse droplets sized from 1 to 100’s µm.

Liposome Synthesis

Liposome Synthesis

Controlled methods to produce lipid-based nanoscale vesicular systems.

Drug Encapsulation in PLGA

Drug Encapsulation in PLGA

Controlled methods to form polymer microparticles sized from 1 to 100’s µm.

Hydrogel Synthesis

Hydrogel Synthesis

Controlled methods to form simple or complex hydrogel structures.


Dolomite host an annual program of free microfluidics webinars that offer insight into many different aspects of microfluidics, including droplet research and production. Explore our previously recorded webinars focused on our latest research on API encapsulation and liposome synthesis.