Marking the 25th sale of a Microfluidics Tool Kit system, Micralyne of Edmonton, Alberta, said it sold a system to the University of California Berkeley.

The Tool Kit – or µTK – is an electronics device that allows researchers to run early-stage microfluidics experiments without having to design the chips themselves. Researchers load reagents onto a glass chip the company provides, insert it into the kit’s interface, and then control the experiment on the chip by setting the voltage on the electronics system.

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