Microfluidics firm Dolomite said this week that it has licensed microdroplet generation technology from the Japan Science and Technology Agency.

Under the agreement, Royston, UK-based Dolomite has a license to JST's microdroplet generation patent families including WO 2002/068104, entitled "Process for producing emulsion and microcapsules and apparatus therefor;" and WO 2005/089921, "Method and device for producing micro-droplets."

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