In the last of our four part series with Dmitry Kashanin, we look at the work that has been done since Cellix took on the challenge of working with impedance. Many people are aware of the Coulter Counter, the first medical device to take measurements with impedance. But it was a simple blood cell counter. How has impedance technology changed since then?
In the third of our four part series with Dmitry Kashanin, we look into one of the biggest challenges facing the future of microfluidics - standardisation. With a long and thorough history in microfluidics, Dmitry has been taking part in discussion workshops run by the microfluidics standardisation committee and kindly shares with us his views on the matter.
In the second of a four part series with Dmitry Kashanin, we look into the research and innovation that was being done behind the scenes in order to produce the novel products and services Cellix now has on offer. Did Dmitry’s unique approach break through some barriers in the field?