Dolomite Microfluidics guest speaker for microfluidics course at MIT
15th October 2019
We are delighted to have been invited by Professor of Chemical Engineering, Patrick S, Doyle, to speak at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) this fall. Professor Doyle works in the Chemical Engineering Department and runs an Applied Microfluidics course, with research focussing heavily on microfluidics and particle synthesis.
Inside Dolomite Labs: PLGA Multiple Emulsions for Hydrophilic Drug Delivery
17th July 2019
The Dolomite Team is using the microfluidic multiple emulsions methodology to encapsulate PLGA for hydrophilic drug delivery.
Inside the Dolomite Labs: Alginate bead formation using FluoSurf
24th June 2019
The Dolomite Team is using microfluidics to produce small (80-120 µm) alginate beads suitable for cell encapsulation.
Developing microfluidic routes to effective nanoparticle drug delivery systems
19th June 2019
A Dolomite Microfluidics’ set-up is helping researchers in the University of Manchester’s Division of Pharmacy and Optometry to enhance PLGA drug delivery systems for oncology applications, and liposomes for the co-delivery of fat- and water-soluble therapeutics.
Inside the Dolomite Labs: Polyacrylamide bead formation using FluoSurf
23rd May 2019
In anticipation of the new product launch of FluoSurf, our new fluorinated emulsion stabilizer, the Dolomite Team have been testing the product across a range of applications. This week, we have been synthesizing polyacrylamide beads.