The Laboratory for the Development and Transfer of Microfluidic Technologies (DTMT) is a mega-laboratory operating as part of Lomonosov Institute of Fine Chemical Technologies. It was created to train masters and graduate students in modern microfluidic technologies.The main areas for the work of the laboratory
The center of the laboratory is the Qmix Pro Ext automatic microreactor system for the synthesis and encapsulation of chemicals. The Qmix system is a universal microreactor tool for solving a number of tasks both for the synthesis of new and known pharmaceutical substances and for the production of their prolonged forms.
Thanks to the established system, students learn to work in a laboratory mode, conduct fundamental research and develop methods and technologies for the synthesis and encapsulation of substances. Also, in a pilot production mode, they learn to obtain substances and encapsulated forms of prolonged action.
Qmix Pro Ext Installation is an automated compact system of continuous flow-through microreactors (microchips) for working with liquids and gases.
The Qmix system is a unique tool for continuous operation due to its absolutely pulsation-free dosing of liquids and gases. In Europe and the USA, leading chemical and pharmaceutical companies synthesize about 30% of products with the use of such systems. The advantages of microreactors are high selectivity, efficiency and safety of the processes, as well as the compact equipment. Currently, there are only 2 such laboratories in the Russian Federation.
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