Eden Microfluidics was recently awarded two prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowships, to host two experienced researchers within our Research and Development team.
One project features a novel and inexpensive, plug-and-play ultrasensitive immune-PCR fully integrated system (lab-on- chip) that will help with early diagnosis of sepsis or toxic shock syndrome caused by pathogenic bacteria Saphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes.
The other will develop a novel and proprietary microfluidic device for cryopreservation of MSCs.
We welcome the opportunity to host two very talented researchers within our research team. We look forward to an enlightening exchange of skills from their scientific expertise to our unique perspective on entrepreneurship. Such initiatives are essential to nurture a culture of innovation and impact in SME and academia alike.Cécile M. Perrault, Chief Scientific Officer of Eden Microfluidics