Microfluidics for biomaterials production and screening

We use microfluidics to develop platforms that can, due to possibilities of miniaturisation and parallelisation, increase throughput of biomaterials production. For example, we use droplet microfluidics as “microfactories” for controlled synthesis of calcium phosphate ceramics.
Moreover, we employ microfluidics to create physiological, in vivo-like models for studying interactions between biomaterials and biological systems, within the concept of “regeneration-on-a-chip”.