Since its emergence, microfluidics technology has proven to be a powerful tool in connecting the engineering world to the life sciences. Life on our plants depends on the exchange of nano or picolitres of fluid to its building blocks called cells. To understand many thousands of microfluidics phenomena regulating, governing or dictating life nothing works better than Microfluidics. Microfluidics is not a branch of science, engineering or art. It is rather a collection of collaborative effort enabled by multidisciplinary engineers and used by curious scientists. That said, applications of microfluidics is numerous. Ready to learn more about how microfluidic devices are helping in academic research and the industry? Check out our collection of microfluidics applications below!