There is no microfluidics without microfabrication.

The Special Track brings together researchers, members of academia, and representatives of industry to discuss the latest advancements and future perspectives in microfabrication methods applied to life science research questions and applications. The meeting will provide a productive space to advance the conversation on major usability and technical challenges in microfabrication solutions. Talks will cover the theory and applications of recently-developed techniques, from fabricating for micro/nanoengineered biosystems to emerging device design and applications of advanced materials. This is an opportunity to interact with colleagues in diverse disciplines, promote state-of-the-art devices and support innovation in the microfabrication chain.

We invite original research work and recent functional findings, as well as significant work-in-progress to join this meeting to discover a mix of action-based technical sessions, product demos and customer stories.