FSRM course "Labs-on-Chip Technologies"

If you want to know the technological state of the art in microfluidics (in areas such as life sciences, (bio)chemistry, biomedicine,..) here is a course for you :

Labs-on-Chip Technologies: Basics and Applications

March 10-11, 2011             in Stockholm
Registration deadline:         Thursday, February 24

To see the course description and to register, please click on the link above.

If you have colleagues who might be interested, please forward this message to them. Thanks for your help!

Kind regards,
Aline Hiltbrunner

FSRM Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnolgy
Ruelle DuPeyrou 4, CP 2353, CH-2001 Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Tel +41 32 720 09 00  Fax +41 32 720 09 90

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