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SELECTBIO Conferences Lab-on-a-Chip and Microfluidics: Companies, Technologies and Commercialization

Anne Le Nel's Biography

Anne Le Nel, CSO, Fluigent

Dr. Anne Le Nel, CSO of Fluigent, has been active for more than 12 years in the development and manufacturing of specific instruments and customized products dedicated to different applications in microfluidic. Dr Le Nel led teams that develop microfluidic instruments and platforms for R&D and oem markets. She has led projects across flow control from proof of concept through product introduction and support. She was in charge of the development and release of the new product ranges of the company from 2012 to 2015 (> 15 products, hardware & software). Before that, she was in charge of the development of sample preparation instruments for a big French actor in the defense sector integrating preconcentration, lysis and purification steps involving molecular biology, electronics, microfluidics, and mechanics. She is now responsible globally of industrial projects and the OEM business.

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Innovative Flow Control Solutions

Wednesday, 4 October 2017 at 10:00

Add to Calendar ▼2017-10-04 10:00:002017-10-04 11:00:00Europe/LondonInnovative Flow Control

Fluigent is the global leader in providing innovative fluid handling and flow control solutions for microfluidic applications, from organ-on-a-chip platforms to droplet manipulation. We have delivered thousands of systems to hundreds of customers worldwide, with two subsidiaries and a strong network of distributors. We will present the latest advances in flow control (a new modular product with high performance), droplet manipulation and OOAC application. For "organ-on-chip" applications, Fluigent has developed a versatile platform allowing complete control of every aspect of the cellular environment. A soft membrane separating two cell incubation chambers was designed within a complete flow control system. Very short response times, excellent gas and liquid handling stability, pressure and flow profiles that mimic mechanical tensions, robustness and high repeatability make it possible to reproduce as much as possible the physiological environment of the cells and thus making the biological results of these experiments more reliable.

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