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The versatility and benefits of microfluidics can be integrated for the conception and development of devices for point of care diagnostics.
Interview with the co-founders of Eden Tech for the occasion of the fourth anniversary of the microfluidics startup.
Flexdym polymer is a great alternative to PDMS microfabrications. Find out our tips for optimizing flexdym microfluidic devices fabrication
The functionalities of organs and tissues are tightly linked with their structure and, the organisation of constituent cells. Cues from the surrounding extracellular matrix direct
Modern Point-of-Care diagnostic devices rely on microfluidic technology to analyze the smallest amount of fluid, for the highest measurement precision possible. To do so, the
The vasculature is the main structure of the circulatory system through which nutrients, oxygen and biological secretions are transported throughout the body. This large network
Eden Tech is proud to announce that on April 30th this year, the company will begin its work on the RENOIR ITN European project, to
Recently, microfluidics and 3D cell culture technologies have merged, to increase the potential of in vitro modeling, in order to get even closer to Nature.
Last week, we had the pleasure of welcoming Senator Arnaud Bazin and his collaborator, Madame Agnes Borie, at our Eden Tech offices in Paris to
Established Methods of Cell Culture Cell culture is a set of biological techniques used to grow cells outside their original in vivo environment, for the
Eden Microfluidics selected as top 10 Grand Prize in the I-LAB DeepTech innovation competition, awarded by Mme F. Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, of Research and Innovation.
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