By Justin Petrone

The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology has established a new resource to help companies develop microfluidic devices, including biochips.

Launched last month, the SIMTech Microfluidics Foundry aims to provide partners with a "complete and advanced manufacturing value chain in microfluidics" with the goal of helping to develop Singapore's microfluidics industry.

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