The Microstar project will use the study of microfluidics to help formulators test product formulations more efficiently
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), a UK innovation centre for process manufacturing, is investing in a new project that uses the study of microfluidics to test and control the stability of product formulations, in a first for the cosmetics industry.
Microfluidics is the science of controlling and manipulating the flow of fluids constrained to small spaces, typically of less than a millimetre.
The project, called Microstar, aims to use a microfluidic chip to help formulators . . .
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