LabSmith, Inc. Provides Hands-On Experience for Microfluidics Short Course at LabAutomation 2011
Published: Dec 28, 2010
Instructors will be: Jörg P. Kutter, Ph.D., Dept. of Micro and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark; Johan Nilsson, Ph.D., Department of Electrical Measurement, Lund University; and Sabeth Verpoorte, Ph.D., Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy, University of Groningen.
In support of this educational opportunity LabSmith will be providing its LabPackage microfluidic equipment and components, which provide complete control and visualization of microfluidic and nanofluidic transport phenomena and related experiments. The LabPackage includes CapTite™ microfluidic components, microfluidic ChipShop polymer chips, the HVS448 High Voltage Sequencer, SPS01 Syringe Pumps and the SVM340 Synchronized Video Microscope. The workshop will provide a unique opportunity to learn about these products in a highly focused learning environment.
The workshop is open to LabAutomation meeting attendees, who can sign up for the session when registering for the Meeting. Fee: $900 for SLAS members, $1000 for non-members. More information is available at www.slas.org/LA11/courses/microfluidics.cfm.
CAPTION FOR ENCLOSED PHOTO: The LabSmith LabPackage is useful for training in microfluidics and transport. Shown here is everything necessary to control an electrokinetic and pressure-driven flow transport experiment. It will be used to illustrate the principles covered in the Microfluidics I-II short course to be held at LabAutomation, Jan 29-30, 2011 in Palm Springs, CA. A high resolution version of this photo is enclosed.
About LabSmith, Inc.
LabSmith, Inc. builds laboratory tools that further the art of research. LabSmith products control all aspects of experimentation, including timing, synchronization, high voltage and current sourcing, fluid routing and event capture and visualization. Visit www.labsmith.com.
About The Society for Lab Automation and Screening (SLAS)
SLAS is an international community of more than 10,000 individual scientists, engineers, researchers, technologists and others from academic, government and commercial laboratories. SLAS provides forums for education and information exchange to encourage study and advance laboratory science and technology for the drug discovery, agrochemical, biotechnology, chemical, clinical diagnostic, consumer product, energy, food, forensic, pharmaceutical, security and other industries. Visit www.slas.org