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uTAS 2024

uTAS 2024

October 13, 2024 - October 17, 2024    
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


LabSmith Products Take Flight to the ISS

March 21, 2024

LabSmith microfluidic products are on their way to the ISS! The team from the University of Louisville JB Speed School of Engineering, including Dr. Stuart Williams, will be using the equipment to study microparticles in suspension in the International Space Station’s microgravity environment. Their experiment includes LabSmith syringe pumps and automated valves , as well as our SVM Inverted Fluorescence microscope . The ... Read more


ACRNS New Distributor for LabSmith Products in India

June 28, 2023

ACRNS Analytical Technologies Pvt. Ltd is now distributing LabSmith microfluidics and other products in India. Based in Mumbai, ACRNS provides analytical consultancy, distributorship, and training services to help scientists achieve their analysis goals. For more information visit acrnstech.com . Read more


We’ve upgraded the LabSmith web shop!

January 13, 2023

We’ve now made it easier to find and purchase LabSmith’s microfluidic components and automation, high voltage sources, microscopes, and timing products. With simplified navigation and more product details. We’ve also improved our catalog of Microfluidic ChipShop chips and accessories. We invite you to have a look around! And please contact us if you encounter any issues along ... Read more


New Microfluidics Education Kit

October 20, 2022

LabSmith has announced the release of its new Microfluidics Education Kit, which help students learn the fundamentals of constructing and automating microfluidic flows. “Educators from a number of major programs approached us with the need for an affordable way to teach microfluidics principles,” said Kirsten Pace, President of LabSmith. “The new kit’s components work together ... Read more


New application Note: Sensirion Flow Sensor Control

February 3, 2022

This application note shows how to use uProcess components and software with a Sensirion flow sensor to develop a continuous-flow system that maintains a constant, set pressure. Read more

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