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What advantages do labautomation offer in microfluidics?
Microfluidic systems offer various advantages – they are small, fast and require little material. They can be customised for specific needs and applications. Often, working with microfluidic systems involves manual processes that are time-consuming and error-prone. Laboratory automation offers a possible solution, which not only concerns laboratory processes from diagnostics and analytics, liquid handling and dosing systems, but also the preparation and processing of e.g. biological samples.
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Technology and Market Analyst
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04:00pm: The Evolving Landscape of Microfluidics: Market Overview and Latest Trends
Clyde Midelet, PhD
Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS & Sensing
Clyde Midelet, PhD is Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS & Sensing at Yole Group.
Working within the Photonics & Sensing team, Clyde contributes daily to technology and market analyses and to the development of relevant products. He is also involved in custom consulting projects at Yole Group. His expertise coverage includes various areas such as microfluidics, sensing, MedTech, and combinations of these topics.
After completing his master’s degree in solid-state chemistry at Rennes University in France, Clyde pursued a PhD at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Rennes in collaboration with the SATIE laboratory in France.
During his research experiences in the field of microfluidics, which led to various scientific papers, he developed a system for the electrical manipulation of gold nanoparticles for biosensing in vitro diagnostics. Additionally, he worked on an industrial project related to next-generation displays using quantum dot technology.