Do It Yourself
Darwin Microfluidics is committed to open-source microfluidics. We want to build a community where designs can be freely exchanged between researchers. We believe that free-to-use designs will allow a wide spreading of microfluidics in every lab, from beginners to experts.
Example of a droplet generator made with one of our open-source designs
Our new NPG72 biocompatible polymer is a great alternative to PDMS: its outstanding properties combine the advantages of PDMS without its drawbacks.
We have just launched a starter pack so you can easily fabricate your chip with this polymer in your lab.
Explore our reviews on the use of microfluidics for organ-on-a-chip, flow control, cell culture,
study of shear stress... Need a way to calculate the flow rate, pressure or shear stress for your microfluidic chip?
And more to come :)