The world's thinnest plasma cleanable membranes are enabling researchers to better understand properties of novel materials at synchrotrons and electron microscopes around the globe.
SiMPore's NanoBarrier™ technology brings the precision of nanotechnology to membranes reducing the cost for basic laboratory separations and purifications.
Nanometer thinness results in unparalleled permeability and imaging quality, enabling miniaturized membrane-supported assays for stem cell differentiation, drug permeability and other in vitro studies.
A collaboration between researchers at University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology leads to breakthrough in microfluidics.
In a recent issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences university researchers and engineers at SiMPore Inc. describe their ability to achieve fluid flow in a miniaturized electroosmotic pump with less than a volt of power. Their findings have important implications for portable diagnostic devices and lab-on-a-chip technologies.