Special Session on Microfluidic-Integrated Biosensors
The integration of microfluidic and biosensor technologies provides innovative and flexible platforms with many favorable properties, such as reduced sample volume, decreased processing time, low cost analysis and low reagent consumption. This special session aims to discuss the fabrication techniques required for developing microfluidic-integrated biosensors, demonstrate that such integration provides wider applications for rapid and low-cost bio-analysis, biological engineering, biomedical studies, and environmental monitoring.
With buyers and key decision makers representing the corresponding technologies in attendance, the exhibit hall offers a unique opportunity to showcase products and services, and create opportunities for expanded business in this industry.
This Special Session is the in-person component of our Dual Component Meeting Program. The virtual component 'TECH DAY' will take place online on 27 October 2021.