Category: Dissemination

NGM tours Inmold facilities

Earlier this year, the NGM consortium met for the M36 Consortium Meeting at Inmold A/S in Nivå, Denmark. An R&D company, Inmold develops smart process adaptations for established high-throughput fabrication methods, such as injection moulding and R2R replication. Their developed processes allow them to create new revolutionary products suitable for several fields of application. Inmold is the roll-2-roll upscaling partner in NGM in respect to replication in thermoplastics.


Join us on our facilities tour to see how Inmold’s team is providing high-quality and high throughput micro- and nanostructured polymer films.

Benefit from Inmold’s services via the NGM OpenCall, operated by Microfluidics Innovation Hub!

Learn more about Inmold here:


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Microfluidics in their PRIME with NGM & Micronit

On 14 September 2023, NextGenMicrofluidics members Anja Haase (JR) and Maciej Skolimowski (Micronit) were invited to speak at the final dissemination event of the H2020 project PRIME entitled, “Microfluidics in their PRIME: Microfluidic Chips, Active Valves, Smart Sensors, and What Comes Next”. The event took place at TUtheSky on the campus of the Technical University of Vienna, where the consortium presented their results alongside others in the field of microfluidics.

At the top-floor location with panoramic views of Vienna, PRIME partners shared their results to invited members of the microfluidics community. Then, Anja Haase presented the project with her talk “NextGenMicrofluidics: Platform for upscaling of microfluidic chips on foil substrates”. Maciej Skolimowski presented “Automation and flow control in microfluidic devices – application examples in Organ-on-a-Chip and medical diagnostics systems”.

In addition, NGM project manager Clemens Wolf (BNN) briefly introduced the Advanced Microfluidics Initiative (AMI) during the networking session.

View the program and event here.

Video shows TECNALIA facilities and demo case prototypes

Take a look behind the scenes of an EU #H2020 project: the NextGenMicrofluidics (NGM) consortium toured partner TECNALIA Research & Innovation’s facilities in San Sebastián in October 2022, observing the technologies involved in their everyday work, including creating prototypes for 2 demo cases in our project: Cell Culture Devices for Pharmaceutical Testing and Sensors for Bio-Process Monitoring.

Watch the video, created by partner BNN!


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Microfluidics Innovation Hub launches website and LinkedIn page

The Microfluidics Innovation Hub (MIH), a company developed out of the NextGenMicrofluidics project, has launched its own website and LinkedIn page to inform the community about its services. MIH is managing the Open Call for applicants to receive funded services that accelerate their microfluidic innovation.

Microfluidics Innovation Hub Releases Video

The Microfluidics Innovation Hub (MIH) released an animated video depicting their services as a single entry point for customers to a wide range of cutting-edge microfluidic technologies and announcing our Open Call.

We invite you to like, share and subscribe to the channel so you don’t miss any of their future videos.


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NGM Success Story @ BNN Networking

The recording of the presentation about NextGenMicrofluidics by Martin Smolka from JOANNEUM RESEARCH at the BNN Networking Event from 4th March 2021 can be watched now!

NGM presentation @ JR conference

NGM plans to submit a contribution about our project to the 10. Zukunftskonferenz ( organized by JOANNEUM RESEARCH on 10th March 2021.

There will be a short oral presentation as well.

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Our latest publication in the journal “Lab on a Chip”

We are proud that the paper “High-throughput roll-to-roll production of polymer biochips for multiplexed DNA detection in point-of-care diagnostics” has been published in Lab on a Chip!

NGM Flyer Download

In the link below you find our new NextGenMicrofluidics flyer, which you are welcome to download and print out.