microfluidic ChipShop GmbH


People involved in the project:


Dr. Claudia Gärtner

Richard Klemm

Nadine Hlawatsch

Sebastian Schattschneider

Ramona Oefner

Bertin Technologies


People involved in the project:


Daniel Trouchet

Clemant Cazaux

Julien Vallayer

Jean-Baptiste Delprat

Partner profiles of organizations participating in the “Multisense Chip” project

microfluidic ChipShop GmbH focuses on the design, realization, and volume fabrication of lab-on-a-chip systems and is one of the international leading companies in that field. With its unique „Lab-on-a-Chip-Catalogue“ the company offers off-the-shelf microfluidic solutions, as well as intruments like a PCR, an electrophoresis and a sample preparation system.


The company also has extensive experience in the development of analytical systems for the detection of bacterial pathogens.


Special expertise exists in the manufacturing of microstructured devices in polymers, especially with replication methods, namely injection molding and back-end processing like dicing, metallization, surface modification and bonding.

Bertin Technologies and its subsidiaries namely SPI Bio and Ellipse pharmaceuticals form the Bertin Group that is considered as European leader in biotechnologies with a unique range of expertise and system development for equipments, corresponding kits and reagents in biodefence and biosecurity.


The background and experience of Bertin Technologies covers a wide diversity of industrial sectors of which defence and homeland security, healthcare and energy are the most significiant.


Bertin delivers a complete innovation offer, from technology services to delivery of high tech products: technical assistance, expertise and technology consulting, design and development, innovative products and systems. Our multidisciplinary team sponsors cross fertilization between life science and engineering: biology, microtechnology, mechanical design, fluid dynamics, ergonomics, scientific modelling, electronics, optics and signal processing.

Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute


People involved in the project:


Dr. Herbert Tomaso

Dr. Falk Melzer

Dr. Sandra Julich

Mandy Rabe

Anja Hackbart

The work of the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute focuses on farm animal health and welfare and on the protection of humans from zoonoses, i.e. infections which can be transmitted from animals to humans.


The Institute of Bacterial Infections and Zoonoses as a department of the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute conducts research in the field of aetiology and control of infectious animal diseases. An important part of activities is directed towards diseases and pathogenic agents which originate from animals and, at the same time, constitute a direct or indirect health risk to man.


A biosafety level 3 laboratory exists with a staff highly experience as the National Reference Laboratories for Brucellosis, Glanders, Tularemia and Anthrax are all located in this institute. The strain collection in the institute includes all the relevant bacteria.

iMicroQ SL


People involved in the project:


Carlos Arias

Dr. Sergio Martínez-Montequín Dr. Ioanis Katakis

Diego Bejarano

iMicroQ (Integrated Microsystems for Quality of Life S.L.) is a biotechnology company focused in continuous research and development of kits for the diagnostics market in general, in particular for food safety and clinical diagnostics.


The area of expertise of the company lays on microchannel fabrication using screen printed techniques as well as the development of the electrochemical interface that generates a measurable signal. Another important part of core operations is the development and optimization of separation techniques that ensure sufficient selectivity to the system. These separation techniques are based mainly in immunoseparation using paramagnetic particles. This technology is engineered to be of low cost, portable and easy to operate, including all reagents and steps needed within the kit.

Fraunhofer ICT-IMM


People involved in the project:


Rainer Gransee

Dr. Achim Breitruck

Peter Spang

Julian Höth

The Fraunhofer ICT-IMM is a German non-profit research and technology institute having a public service mission. Its business is the investigation and development of technical applications of microstructures and micro system technology in various fields such as Chemical Process Engineering, Energy Technology, Biological/Medical Analytics and Diagnostics as well as Industrial Analytics. Concerning the manufacturing of microstructured devices, various methods are available in-house, e.g. mechanical micro-machining, electro discharge machining, laser material processing and thin film technologies. Based on a platform for rapid lab-on-a-chip development the institut´s expertise in fluidics especially comprises chip-based analytics, micro-fluidic systems for diagnostics and sample preparation, chip systems for electrophoresis, DNA/RNA amplification, bio-particle concentration, biosensors for environmental monitoring and foodstuff analysis as well as modeling and simulation. 

Universitat Rovira i Virgili


People involved in the project:


Prof. Ciara K. O´Sullivan

Dr. Thomas Frederic Esterle

Anna Spehar-Deleze

Mabel Torréns del Valle

Mayreli Ortiz

Belonging to the Universitat Rovira i Virgili the Applied Biotechnology Innovation Centre is a technology transfer and research organisation focused on research and innovation in industrial and biomedical biotechnology. It works as an independent unit within the University structure and its personnel belong both to the University and the University´s foundation. The centre has facilities for microfabrication, cell and molecular biology, microbiology, materials research and electrochemistry. It also shares facilities with the University in the areas of microscopy and chemical analysis. The centres resent applied research resulted among other achievements on the development of new analytical methods for gluten detection and microsystem concepts for lab-on-a-chip applications.

Cedralis


People involved in the project:


Philippe Bivas

Delphine Arias-Buffard

Julien Grevais-Bird

Cedralis was born from a partnership with one of the world´s leaders on telecommunications (Orange Business Service). This cooperation allowed the elaboration of the most reliable and the fasted availabe alarm system at the moment on the French network.

Pioneer in the development of services of manangemet of crisis and protection of the persons, Cedralis accompanies for more than eight years first responder with global offer including both technological services and specialistĀ“s consulting.

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Address: Stockholmer Straße 20, D-07747 Jena

Address: Naumburger Straße 96a, D-07743 Jena

Address: Polígon Industrial Riu Clar C/Ferro 6 (nau 7), E-43006, Tarragona

Address: Carl-Zeiss-Straße 18-20, D-55129 Mainz

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