BackUniversity of Toronto - Centre for Microfluidic Systems in Chemistry and Biology
c/o Axel Guenther, Scientific Director
5 King's College Road Room 404B
Assets And Services
R&D collaboration The centre has 3 open access laboratories with unique specializations in: 1. Flow Chemistry 2. Fabrication of Microreactors, Sensors and Actuators 3. Microfluidics Foundry, Cell Perfusion Culture and Imaging
Other innovation or manufacturing support, including contract manufacturing services
Cell perfusion and culture is conducted in the Cell Perfusion and Cell Imaging Lab, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, room 403B. To get access to this lab see our Access and Fees page.
Additive Manufacturing and 3D Scanning
We are pleased to announce that we now have a Form Labs Form 1 3D Printer available for use in the Microfluidic Foundry.
Microfabrication is conducted in the Microfluidic Foundry, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, room 405. To get access to this lab see our Access and Fees page.
Prototyping and design
1. Microscale reactors that optimize and dramatically accelerate the rate of new small molecule synthesis through multi-step reactions and processes that are automated, continuous and scale-able; 2. Devices for cell-based screening configured as multi-layered microchannel/microwell networks that mimic key features of the blood vessel wall; 3. On-line analytical systems for rapid and high-throughput identification of high-affinity binding molecules and protein binding small molecules.