Three decades ago engineers realized that fabrication methods that gave birth to the semiconductor industry could be used to make devices for regulating nano-scale quantities of fluids and gasses. That is, a variation on photo lithography could be used to finely pattern chips having microscopic channels, pumps, valves, and other components. These components could be densely arrayed for parallel operations, without loss of reliability.
Fluidigm is making that vision a reality through the introduction of integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs). Our mission is to develop, manufacture, and distribute systems composed of IFCs, instrumentation, and consumables, enabling new efficiencies in science and industry. The company's product pipeline includes the TOPAZ® system for protein crystallization, introduced in 2002 and tracking toward profitability by 2006; the new Dynamic Array for genetic analysis, slated for introduction in 2006; and other projects, co-developed with external partners, to address diverse applications. Fluidigm exercises a core competence in materials science and IFC fabrication. The Company's patent portfolio consists of over 25 issued US patents and over 200 pending patents internationally, including those licensed from Caltech, Harvard, University of Alabama, and University of California.
Fluidigm Announces Availability of Single-Cell ATAC-seq for C1 System
Fluidigm’s New Workflow Enables High Throughput Single-Cell mRNA Sequencing
Early Access Program Announced for Fluidigm’s Imaging Mass Cytometry Platform
DVS Sciences Acquired by Fluidigm
Single-Cell Sequencing Selected as Method of the Year for 2013
Official Opening of Single-Cell Omics Centre in Singpore
Fluidigm Unveils New Integrated Fluidic Circuits to Meet Challenges in Production Genomics
Microfluidics Manufacturer Fluidigm Add Customer Videos to Their Site
Fluidigm Access Array System with IFCs Enables Automatic Sample Preparation and Target Resequencing
Fluidigm’s Singapore Facility Dispatches over One Billion Microscopic NanoFlex Valves
Fluidigm Unveils New Nanofluidic Technology-Based Genome Analysis System
World’s First Reusable Chip from Fluidigm Reduces SNP Genotyping Cost
Leading Agricultural Institute Reports On Robust Genetic Analysis Results
IFC Application Hotspot from Fluidigm Now Available to Download
SAIC-Frederick Utilizes Fluidigm’s System for EBV Genome Sequencing
New Reusable Bio-Chips from Fluidigm Reduces SNP Genotyping Costs
Fluidigm Introduces New Protocol for Access Array System
Fluidigm, SABiosciences to Create Gene Expression Panels for Real-Time PCR Analysis
LUMC Purchases Fluidigm Access Array System for Gene Sequencing
Fluidigm Announces 5kb, 10kb PCR Protocols for its Access Array IFC System
U.S. Department of Agriculture Purchases Fluidigm Microfluidic-Based EP1 System
Fluidigm Joins Forces with IntegraGen
Fluidigm BioMark System Sales Surpass The Century Mark
Researchers Discover Fluidigm Digital Arrays can be Easily Adapted to SNP Haplotyping
Status Update to Be Given At World Stem Cell Summit
Fluidigm Developing Quantification System Allowing Sequencing of Rare Samples
Fluidigm’s New Digital Array Delivers Peak Levels of Throughput for Digital PCR
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