Customized Microfluidics awarded funding for another 2 years


Customized Microfluidics, the facility providing microfabrication expertise to research groups at all Swedish universities and national SMEs, has been awarded 2M SEK by the SciLifeLab committee at Uppsala University to expand its methods development portfolio.  For the coming two years, Prof. Maria Tenje will lead the facility with a focus on developing high-resolution fabrication methods of soft materials and invest in a high-resolution stereolithography 3D printer to deliver fabrication capabilities across the full length scale from nm to cm.

This includes a collaboration with The Additive Manufacturing initiative at the Ångström laboratory.


Last modified: 2023-10-04