Interface Fluidics Blog

Our world-leading experts on microfluidics and nanofluidics share news, success stories and technical insights.

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Miranda Stahn

Carbon capture and microfluidic technology: helping reduce CO2 emissions

Buried beneath the headlines of COVID-19 lies another global crisis. While tensions around...

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Dave Sinton

Interface Fluidics teams up with UofT on COVID-19 ventilator project

In the spring of 2020, a student team from the University of Toronto invited Interface Fluidics...

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Dave Sinton

Interface’s environmental contribution – carbon capture and storage solutions (CCUS)

Interface’s measurements provide key information for advancing CCUS projects.

Carbon Capture,...

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Dave Sinton

Smaller is Better – HSE benefits of working with interface

Interfaces’ Microfluidic Technology Platform significantly reduces sample volumes required.

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Dave Sinton

Interface’s environmental impact – reducing chemical use

Interface’s Fracturing Flow Back solution optimizes chemical usage.

Over the past couple of...

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Stuart Kinnear

Interface Minimum Miscibility Pressure Measurements

Equinor and Interface partner to develop fastest and most accurate measurement for minimum...

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Stuart Kinnear

Primexx achieves over 50% chemical cost reduction using Interface Fluidics'​ fracturing fluid optimization solution

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Primexx Energy Partners Ltd. (Primexx), a technology focused oil-and-gas exploration...

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Thomas de Haas

Comparing Microfluidic Testing to Coreflooding and Beaker-Scale Testing.

Microfluidics, by definition, is the science and technology of analyzing or processing fluids in...

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Thomas de Haas

Eötvös number (Bond Number): 007 or gravity override in microchannels?

“How do you know that the oil doesn’t rise above the water in the channels, or pores, of your...
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Robin Arnason

How Astronomy Prepared Me for a Career in Microfluidics

Header Image: M51: Chandra Captures Galaxy Sparkling in X-rays (credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Wesleyan...

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