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Klearia's Exciting Presence at microTAS 2023

Updated: Nov 16

We are delighted to announce that Klearia will be a key participant at the 27th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (microTAS 2023), scheduled to take place at the ICC International Congress Centre Katowice in Katowice, Poland, from October 15-19, 2023.

microTAS 2023 stands as a global platform, continuing a prestigious Conference series dedicated to presenting cutting-edge research results in microfluidics, microfabrication, nanotechnology, integration, materials and surfaces, analysis and synthesis, and detection technologies for the life sciences and chemistry. The conference promises an engaging lineup of plenary and invited talks, extensive poster sessions, networking forums, industry exhibitions, and a wealth of contributed oral and poster presentations selected from submitted abstracts.

Following the success of previous events in Basel and the virtual/hybrid formats in 2020, 2021, and 2022, microTAS 2023 welcomes participants to Poland. Anticipating the attendance of over 1000 scientists, trainees, and industry professionals worldwide, the conference provides an exceptional opportunity to share the latest advancements in integrated microsystems and nanotechnology for chemistry and life sciences in an in-person setting.

In line with our commitment to advancing microfluidics, Klearia is eager to contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of microTAS 2023. Our team's dedication to pushing the boundaries of microfluidic technology will be showcased through presentations and exhibits. We look forward to engaging with fellow researchers, industry professionals, and enthusiasts to exchange ideas, foster collaborations, and collectively drive the field of microfluidics forward.

Stay tuned for updates from Klearia at microTAS 2023, as we share insights, innovations, and our vision for the future of microfluidics. Our participation at this esteemed conference underscores our commitment to excellence, innovation, and collaboration within the dynamic landscape of microfluidic research.

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