Microfluidics Research Projects

Elveflow is a company arising from the Elvesys Innovation Center. Elvesys develops all the research projects that will lead to new Elveflow products or new start-up companies stemming from microfluidics innovations. Apart from Elveflow, previous research projects and collaborations enabled to create notably the Cherry Biotech (cell environment control) and the Blackhole Lab (Soft-lithography and microfabrication) companies.

The Elvesys Microfluidic Innovation Center is one of the few companies in the world that integrates all the knowledge and practices necessary to ensure the success of a microfluidics R&D partnership. The core interest of Elvesys is to participate in research consortia linked to microfluidics in order to secure the development of research projects in the field of  lab on a chip, microfluidics and bio-nanotechnologies.


e-steam : Microfluidics for a healthier electronic cigarette

Since 2011, the Elvesys team works on an electronic cigarette in order to provide relevant scientific information.. ...
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Publications microfluidics and biology

Microfluidics for biology research

Microfluidics is a powerful new tool for biology research. Discover how to easily be part of this revolution ...
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Fastgene Microfluidic Lab on Chip qPCR qRTPCR

Elvesys developed the fastest specific diagnostic systems, the Fastgene system, enabling a highly sensitive molecular detection of any bacteria or virus in less than 10 minutes ...
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Need a microfluidics partner for your research consortium

Need a microfluidics partner for your research consortium ? ...
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LAPASO label-free microfluidic cell sorting and malaria detection

LAPASO Microfluidics for label-free particle sorting and malaria diagnostic

The aim of this project is to develop a label-free microfluidic cell sorter designed to detect parasites such as malaria in blood samples ...
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Diflusel Nanofluidic electro-concentration designed to replace ELISA assay

This project aims to use new effects recently discovered at the nanoscale to develop a universal device to selectively preconcentrate any molecules of interest by a factor of 1000 in just a few minutes.. ...
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