iotaSciences, spun out from the Department of Engineering and Pathology at the University of Oxford in 2016, is commercialising a novel method of constructing microfluidic networks with fluids.

The Company’s first product, the isoCell, can ‘print’ microtiter plates and microfluidic networks on commercial labware using immiscible liquids. iotaSciences seeks to make the microscale accessible to biologists by eliminating common issues associated with solid-walled microfluidic approaches. In doing so, the Company’s devices are expected to enable complex cellular assays, reduce lead times and lower unnecessary costs in the cellular assay market.

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