Microfluidic devices are tiny chips that can conduct analyses on extremely small volumes of fluids, such as blood. This enables vets to bring diagnostic devices to the point-of-care such as the farm, which increases convenience for the user, but also helps to improve animal health and welfare as it improves the capacity for early detection of disease.

Also, as microfluidic devices can test smaller sample volumes than conventional tests, this also helps to reduce costs and turn-around time.

Delivering on Farm to Fork

  • Animal welfare
  • 50% reduction of antibiotics sales

Delivering on Green Deal

  • Biodiversity
  • Sustainable agriculture

Delivers on SDGs

#1. No Poverty
#2. Zero Hunger
#3. Good health and Well-being
#8. Decent Work and Economic Growth