About BioFluidix

BioFluidix GmbH is a micro technology company focused on low volume liquid handling. Our academic background combined with a long-standing expertise in working with liquid droplets, jets and sprays in the picoliter to nanoliter range inspired our unique product portfolio which comprises hardware and consumables as well as R&D services.

Facts about BioFluidix
  • Founding: 2005
  • Focus : Manufacturer
  • Employees: 11-50
  • Industry : Laboratory equipment / supplies

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