This webinar will provide insight into microfluidic technologies and hybrid solutions that may have an enormous impact on the progress in science and healthcare. Microfluidics enables the automation and integration of complex operations on-chip, with reduced sample and reagent volumes. This webinar will focus on how microfluidics has driven the enormous technological progress in Life Science applications like DNA sequencing and single-cell analysis. Several market and technology trends will be presented and the use of microfluidic technologies in these rapidly growing fields will be further discussed.
As Micronit’s Sr Business Development Manager in the field of Life Science Research, Mark Olde Riekerink focuses on the development of lab-on-a-chip devices in application areas like genomics and single-cell analysis. In 2007, he started working for Micronit as an R&D Project Manager. As of 2001, Mark had been working at Philips Corporate R&D (Applied Technologies, Eindhoven) in several semiconductor and healthcare related projects. Mark received his Ph.D. degree in Polymer Chemistry and Biomaterials Research at the University of Twente (Enschede, The Netherlands) in 2001.