Klearia, a leader in microfluidic technology, is thrilled to announce a partnership with IMREDD (Institute of Innovation and Partnerships at Université Côte d’Azur). This collaboration symbolizes a shared commitment to leveraging each other's strengths to advance industrial applications of microfluidics through unique and innovative processes.
Advancements in 3D Glass Printing
Previous collaborations between KLEARIA and IMREDD have led to significant advancements in 3D glass printing technology. This innovative approach is particularly disruptive in creating complex and small-sized objects. The potential for custom applications in industries such as medical optics, and luxury items for cosmetics and jewelry, is very high.
Breakthroughs in Microfluidic Applications
The application of 3D glass printing in microfluidics, a domain where Klearia excels, is particularly noteworthy. It paves the way for the development of custom microreactors for creating microfluidic chips. These advancements have the power to revolutionize fields like fine chemistry and cell biology.
With over a decade of experience, Klearia's in-depth technical expertise in microfluidics adds significant value to this partnership. Their approach to developing disruptive technologies and their ability to guide innovations from design to industrialization are key to the success of this project.
IMREDD provides an ideal environment for the design, experimentation, and validation of innovative technologies. Their 'Smart City Innovation Center,' along with their expertise in intelligent territories and socio-environmental challenges, offers invaluable support in the research and development of these new technologies.
A Notable Example: The Pandeno Casing
A tangible example of the success of this collaboration is the Pandeno casing, which was printed at IMREDD, demonstrating the practical application of cutting-edge research from this partnership.
In conclusion, this new partnership will bring an impressive synergy between academic research and industrial innovation. It merges Klearia's cutting-edge expertise in microfluidics with IMREDD's experimental resources, promising significant advancements in 3D glass printing and wider applications of microfluidics in various industrial and research sectors.